50 Sanity Saving Tips for Caregivers
You Don’t have to Kill Yourself to Keep Them Alive
Caring for an elderly family member is a daunting task, no matter what level of care is needed. The impact on a caregiver’s life is staggering, taking a huge toll on their health, finances, mental well-being, job and other relationships.
This book is jam-packed with advice, resources and support, empowering non-paid family caregivers, in a simple, no-nonsense format, all while offering practical ideas for more effective care of elderly loved ones. A champion for caregivers, author, Carol Core, arms caregivers with information, not only to help survive the perils of eldercare, but offer quality of life after caregiving.
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Successful Surfing of the Silver Tsunami
Get Your Footing and Never Fear the Wave
10,000 Babyboomers are turning 65 every single day for the next 12 years . . .and the fastest growing population in the US today is women, 85 and older. Gen-xer’s and Millennials may wonder “what does this have to do with me?” Well, those 10,000 boomers are most likely your parents and 60 percent of them are already caregiving for their parents, your grandparents. Can you start to see how the swell gets bigger and bigger? One thing about a Tsunami, it will hit everything in its path. Our entire country will be affected by this seismic event.
Now beyond caregiving, Carol Core, #1 surfer chick and eldercare expert, takes on the biggest gathering of “Seasoned Citizens” in the history of our country. Determined to expose multiple generations to the magnitude and impact of this wave, Core uses a light-hearted approach for a serious subject, offering readers over 20 years of life experience and sound advice to successfully surf through the Silver Tsunami.
If you aren’t expecting it, a Tsunami could be devastating but if you plan your path and get your footing, You’ll never have to FEAR THE WAVE!
Losing Our Minds
How I Survived 12 Years as a Caregiver and What I Learned along the Way
Losing Our Minds offers touching reflections of Carol’s twelve-year journey as the non-paid family caregiver for her three favorite “old people”—Mom, Dad and dear Uncle Earl. Performing nothing short of a juggling act, Core worked fulltime while fulfilling her roles as wife, mother and grandmother, all while managing the care, health, finances and safety of three elderly people.
Carol’s accounts of living in the trenches of caregiving will warm your soul, touch your heart, make you chuckle and help you see, you are not alone.
New Shoes For Lilah
Seven year old, Lilah, discovers important lessons about shoes, friendship and what it means to be truly happy.
At 9 years old, this is Lillie Sheppard's first book, though she is no stranger to accomplishment. In 2017, Lillie was named Junior Philanthropist of the Year by Kids Giving 365 for her incredible “Shoe Raising” project, collecting over 200 pairs of new shoes for children in need. Lillie loves gymnastics and is an awarding -winning athlete on her Junior Olympic gymnastics team. Her favorite subjects in school are math and history, and she loves to go skiing with her Dad. When she’s not doing cartwheels or helping her community, Lillie loves time with her family, especially her little, but mighty sister. If Lillie could pass along one message to other young writers, athletes or philanthropists, it would be to believe in yourself and keep going because young people are the future and we can do anything.