Surviving Eldercare – Where Their Needs End and Yours Begin
Reviewed By: Melinda Cianos
There are ten chapters, and at end of those chapters there is an exercise booklet that has space for notes and reflections and that coincides with each topic the chapters focus on. Information is delivered in concise and easily digested portions throughout the book. It tackles the negative feelings that come with the changing roles of parent and child; the roles that often flip-flop as the parent ages, is sick, or is compromised physically. Besso’s hope is that from Surviving Eldercare women will draw the support and constructive ideas needed to keep themselves healthy while working to maintain the health of their loved one.