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CARING FOR THE CAREGIVER: THEUSE OFMUSIC ANDMUSIC THERAPY IN GRIEF AND TRAUMA


Joanne V. Loewy, Andrea Frisch Hara Caring for the Caregiver: The Use of Music and Music Therapy in Grief and Trauma A collection of reflections on music therapy interventions provided as a part of the New York City Music Therapy Relief Project, sponsored by AMTA and the Recording Academy after September 11th, 2001.


A CAREGIVER'S SURVIVALGUIDE:HOW TO STAY HEALTHY WHEN YOUR LOVED ONE IS SICK


Kay Marshall Strom "Kay Strom is a caregiver who has invested countless hours in helping her disabled husband. She knows what it's like to plod through the routines, and she has opened up her heart and shared her poignant and powerful account of how she 'found the smile of God' through it all.


THE TWENTY-THIRD PSALM FOR CAREGIVERS


Carmen Leal Offers devotional encouragement, hope, and tender affirmation for all caregivers no matter the disease or situation.


CARING FOR YOU, CARING FORME: EDUCATION AND SUPPORT FOR CAREGIVERS: PARTICIPANT'S MANUAL


David H. Haigler, Caring for persons with chronic illnesses or disabilities is a rewarding endeavor, but it often places extreme demands on those providing care. Caregivers need both education and support to understand their caregiving roles and to cope with the difficult situations they face. All too often there is a chasm between professionals who are part of the formal caregiving system and family members, friends, and neighbors who provide daily care.


PASSAGES IN CAREGIVING: TURNING CHAOS INTO CONFIDENCE


Gail Sheehy Thrust into the daunting and unexpected role of caregiver when her husband, editor Clay Felker, was diagnosed with cancer, Sheehy was dismayed to find herself lost in the labyrinthine, illogical, and often contradictory world of health care. When second opinions gave way to thirds, and innumerable insurance forms were completed only to have the claims rejected, Sheehy realized she needed answers, assistance, and attitude. For a tenacious reporter like Sheehy, getting answers was second nature but finding competent help and learning how to put things into perspective weren’t as easy.


CAREGIVER'S REPRIEVE: AGUIDE TO EMOTIONAL SURVIVALWHEN YOU'RE CARING FOR SOMEONE YOU LOVE


Avrene L. Brandt This book highlights the fact that caregiving is a difficult task and that the emotions caregivers feel are common and normal. The book exonerates caregives who feel guilty for the difficulties that they face and provides the support that we need to carry on.


THE COMPLETE BEDSIDE COMPANION: ANO-NONSENSE GUIDE TO CARING FOR THE SERIOUSLY ILL


Rodger McFarlane, Philip Bashe Caring for someone who is seriously ill is a major responsibility. It is both a full-time job that is physically, emotionally, and financially demanding, and a rewarding act of love. This book, written by two experienced caregivers, "walks you down the road from the onset of symptoms through the very end and afterward." It offers practical information, advice, and support for those who undertake this monumental task.


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