Strength for the Moment by Lori Hogan

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The role of the family caregiver is very rewarding, but being a caregiver can also be physically and emotionally exhausting. Caregivers often feel overwhelmed by their work and the demands of those receiving their care, and these demands touch every aspect of their lives. Still, despite the challenges, millions of family caregivers provide care to many of the 36 million seniors living in the United States. AARP counts 65.7 million caregivers in America today—almost one-third of the adult U.S. population.

Strength for the Moment responds to the needs of these special people who give of themselves to help their loved ones maintain quality of life in the home. Combining inspiring stories, prayer and scripture, and practical advice, this book provides much needed encouragement, emotional nourishment, and affirmation.

Home care is a challenge, but it can ultimately be a deeply rewarding experience. Strength for the Moment promises to inspire caregivers and helps them face each day refreshed in their thinking and prepared to provide the best care for those they love the most.

About Lori Hogan

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LORI HOGAN founded Home Instead Senior Care in 1994 with her husband, Paul, after Paul's family experienced the challenge of caring for his grandmother. Home Instead has provided services to half a million clients through a network of 850 franchise offices located in the U.S. and 15 other countries. The Hogans' 2009 book Stages of Senior Care: Your Step-by-Step Guide to Making the Best Decisions, a response to the nearly complete information vacuum families face as they make important senior care decisions, was a USA Today bestseller.
Published March 27, 2012 by Image. 306 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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For example, LuAnn’s story, The Ladder of Love, where she learned to look at her mother’s Alzheimer’s disease as a “two-sided ladder, with each rung representing a year.” Until age seventy-one, her mother “advanced in age up one side of the ladder.” Then Alzheimer’s disease brought LuAnn’s mothe...

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