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Don’t be overwhelmed, frustrated or exhausted when it comes to choosing care for an elderly patient. Planning ahead can make a big difference. Suzanne Asaff Blankenship is an eldercare navigator.

 

 

 

 

“How To Take Care Of Old People” Part 1 of 4

 

“How To Take Care Of Old People” Part 2 of 4

 

“How To Take Care Of Old People” Part 3 of 4

 

“How To Take Care Of Old People” Part 4 of 4

 


 

 

About the Author, Suzanne Blankenship

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Suzanne’s experience with eldercare came the hard way – by doing it.
In her second decade of eldercare and after years of sharing stories, Suzanne found she wasn’t alone in her eldercare journey, or in her search for solutions. With her unique approach of organized preparation sprinkled with her tongue-in-cheek humor, Suzanne guides others skillfully through the challenging experience of eldercare.

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Suzanne’s experience with eldercare came the hard way – by doing it.
In her second decade of eldercare, Suzanne has found advocacy and elder-centric service a rare commodity for our aging population. Choices for our loved ones can be hard and are often made under the pressure of time and emergency situations. Suzanne has developed tools, identified resources, and put together organized plans for different eldercare scenarios. She shares her tips and guidance to help you navigate more easily through the eldercare journey and advocate effectively for your elder. Suzanne brings some sanity to an otherwise randomly arriving responsibility, easing the load with her tongue-in-cheek humor.


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How To Take Care of Old People Without Losing Your Marbles

Author – Suzanne Asaff Blankenship
Publisher – Indiana Street Press
ISBN: 978-0-9963739-0-6 (print)
ISBN: 978-0-9963739-1-3 (ebook) Coming Soon!

Book can be purchased:

  • From the Author at SuzanneBlankenship.com
  • From Amazon.com
  • From various retailers in the Dallas, TX area, including Highland Park Soda Fountain, Logos Bookstore, Preston Road Pharmacy, Nicholson-Hardie, and Lovers Lane Barber Shop.
  • In the Denver area at Wheat Ridge Pharmacy, Coast to Coast Compounding Pharmacy and, in Aspen, at Carl’s Pharmacy.
  • Ordered through a bookseller via their distributor Ingram-Spark.

Book can be checked out:
• In the Dallas Public Library system and at University Park Library in Dallas.