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By 2033, almost a quarter of the British population is predicted to be over 65, and 5% will be over 85. This means that more of us will be responsible for someone who is elderly and possibly frail. Yet, even in this age of the internet, many of us have no idea what older people are entitled to, and much help and money goes unclaimed. In addition, not everyone ages gracefully. The problems can be compounded by someone who is difficult to help, and refuses to co-operate with family carers or medical and social work professionals. This book offers practical solutions and emotional support for those looking after older parents or other relatives.

Helping elderly relatives - Jill Eckersley

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Title
Helping elderly relatives
Author
Jill Eckersley
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Sheldon Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20130919

By 2033, almost a quarter of the British population is predicted to be over 65, and 5% will be over 85. This means that more of us will be responsible for someone who is elderly and possibly frail. Yet, even in this age of the internet, many of us have no idea what older people are entitled to, and much help and money goes unclaimed. In addition, not everyone ages gracefully. The problems can be compounded by someone who is difficult to help, and refuses to co-operate with family carers or medical and social work professionals. This book offers practical solutions and emotional support for those looking after older parents or other relatives.

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Jill Eckersley is a dedicated health author who has written several books for Sheldon Press.

Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Older people - Care.|Intergenerational relations.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
xii, 100

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