Most residents of continuing care facilities are dealing with losses and many changes. This book, written by hospital chaplain Jean Clayton, deals with key issues for the chronically ill, aging, and disabled including sexuality, grief, and mental illness. It includes: sample worship services, prayers, hymns, and suggested biblical readings communication tips - from self-care and empathy, to listening skills and healing touch non-technical descriptions of chronic illnesses and diseases, including Alzheimer's and Parkinson's
|Publisher:||Wood Lake Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||688 KB|
About the Author
As a chaplain in a continuing care hospital for over nine years, Jean Clayton brings a wealth of experience to her personal account of providing continuing care. Warm, compassionate, and respectful, Jean Clayton helps her readers become better equipped to face the challenges of loving and caring for the elderly and chronically ill.