Because a family crisis doesn't make an appointment... just shows up.


  1. More than 95 million Americans are just a phone call away from being a caregiver to an older loved one.
  2. To say that caring for an older loved one is simple is like saying that all it takes is gas for your car to run.
  3. Your parents’ doctor can only be as good as the questions you ask.
  4. The best answers to your caregiving questions are not likely to be what your search engine ranks at the top of the list.
  5. You cannot change your past with your parents, but you can make both your futures brighter.
  6. Every 67 seconds, someone in America is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease.
  7. Your loved one with dementia probably feels more alone than you do.
  8. Technology cannot replace “touch,” but it can make it more efficient and effective.
  9. Caregiver stress may be inevitable, but “burnout” does not have to happen.
  10. As a caregiver you can only take care of another if you also are caring for yourself.
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A family crisis doesn’t make an appointment. Therefore, you’ve got to be ready when it shows up.
In excess of 8 million Americans have some form of dementia, As a caregiver to a loved one with dementia, it can wear you down, stress you, worry you and make you sad. It may create a financial hardship for you or your loved one. It can become your other full-time job. And it can burn you out!

This book focuses on what we know that can be your lifesaver to ease your pain and help you find the best way to address your problems. It also will help you to care for you, the caregiver. There is no “one size fits all” plan, but we think you will find parts of your plan in the case studies we share in this short book. The key to peace of mind is to have a plan, even if you have to make adjustments along the way. Let us be your companion and guide as you navigate this challenging time…

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Our team has been helping families navigate their crises since 1991, AND in 2016 and 2017…

… to offer you the most comprehensive perspective on what a caregiver should be anticipating, we asked dozens of Care Managers to talk to us about their
experiences with families going through crises of caregiving. Here is how things sorted out:

No surprise that clients may have more

than one issue going on at a time, but the

sum total of what you see here is well over


Alzheimer’s Disease, “Dementia” 66.2
Home Safety 66.2
Medication Questions, Complications 58.2
Acute Medical Crises 50.3
Inadequate Self-Care 48.0
Chronic Medical Condition 46.8
Family Support 45.5
Residential Transition 39.9
Patient Discharge, Home Care 38.6
Financial Challenges 33.7
Other 34.5

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