Whether whittling down to the essentials for a parent moving into a room or two or downsizing for ourselves, ignoring the spirit and basing decisions on health and safety alone could have devastating results.
In this hope filled book you will learn how to:
# Identify needs and desires to create a quality new life
# Cope with the Depression Era mind-set
# Create emotionally sustaining environments to nurture the soul
# Ready and sell the family home
# Ask the RIGHT questions to help divest of treasures
# Manage your energy and spirit throughout the process
Expert’s Acclaim for Moving Your Aging Parents
"A creative and inspiring godsend for helping Mom and Dad transition to the next phase of life. Valuable for caregivers, healthcare professionals, and seniors interested in aging with independence, dignity and grace."
--Jacqueline Marcell, author Elder Rage, host of Coping With Caregiving radio show
"What a truly remarkable and elegantly written book. The information is relevant for every relocation regardless of the age or circumstances of the client."
--Sally B. Yaryan, Director, Professional Development & Education; Austin Board of REALTORS (r)
"As a thirty-five year plus veteran of health care practice as a Registered Nurse, specializing in the care of the elderly, I offer my heart-felt endorsement of this excellent book. It offers concrete plans to follow and emphasizes the emotional and spiritual counterparts that transform seemingly difficult chores into acts of mutual joy, growth, and love."
--Mary Durfor for Rebecca Reads
Learn more about this author at www.FocusOnSpace.com
From the Aging With Grace Series at Loving Healing Press www.LovingHealing.com
|Publisher:||Loving Healing Press|
|Series:||Aging With Grace , #1|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||1 MB|
About the Author
Her interest in environments, health and the mind-body-spirit connection began after she received her Master’s Degree in Audiology from the University of Texas. As an audiologist working with hearing-impaired clients, Nancy counseled patients regarding environmental adjustment to accommodate hearing loss and to improve quality of life. This experience prompted her to study the impact of environments on personal productivity, well-being and the management of personal resources.
Nancy’s background as a Certified Mediator, Victim Services Counselor and Quantum Touch practitioner is integrated into every aspect of her work with both corporate clients and individuals. Her work with elders began in earnest during her tenure as Director of the Texas Medical Assistance Hearing Aid Program, which was mandated to deliver hearing aids and related services to qualified seniors.
Nancy has lectured on the topics of Environmental Factors in ADHD, Feng Shui, Organization, Aging and Elder Care, Time Management and Intuition at the University of Texas, U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Department of Justice, Shenandoah University, and the Texas Real Estate Commission as well as numerous seminars in both public and business venues. She has made guest appearances on KLRU public television in Austin, Texas and the Shenandoah University Television Production AT HOME. Her syndicated articles for the Austin Homesteader now appear on her website www.focusonspace.com