A Guide to Caring for Aging Family Members


Harrisburg, PA

Bio: I retired to be a fulltime caregiver for my mother-in-law. She passed away four years after moving into our home. After having bi-lateral knee replacements, followed by 6 months of rehabilitation, I spent 2 years writing a book about caregiving. The book, "What to Do about Mama? A Guide to Caring for Aging Family Members," was published November 25, 2013. I am now working actively on promotion and publicity--therefore the blog. Social media is ALL new to me!

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  1. I got your book in the mail today from Amazon. I think it is awesome.

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