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Insider's Guide to Better Nursing Home Care: 75 Tips You Should Know Paperback – November 25, 2008
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"In this practical guide intended for family members making placement decisions for their loved ones. Reed writes with authority. All of the suggestions are summed up in a succinct checklist to use when visiting and assessing nursing homes . Recommended for all public libraries." --Library Journal
About the Author
Donna M. Reed (Kernersville, NC) worked as a nursing assistant and Licensed Practical Nurse in numerous nursing homes in California and New England. She is now an attorney and lives in North Carolina.
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Ms. Reed combines her work experience and training as an LPN with her professional degree as a lawyer to produce a book that is at once easy to read and informative as well as written with obvious knowledge, candor, passion and compassion for the topic.
Ms. Reed understands that taking care of a loved one in a nursing home setting can be a second, time consuming job so she provides practical, straightforward tips on how to insure your loved one is getting the best possible care. She explains the best ways to leverage your time and even how to work with members of other families (with loved ones in the same facility) to the betterment of your loved ones health care.
She provides all these practical tips in an easy to read format and even covers key legal statues in a way the lay reader can understand.
Managing the health care of a loved one in long term care is challenging, but Ms. Reed's insider guide certainly can make a difference in your life and in the life of your loved one.