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Caring for Someone in Your Home

Home health care is growing rapidly in America resulting in more and more individuals and their families and significant others to learn how to manage medical problems, how to provide physical and personal care and how to go on living day-to-day. For many, being at home or caring for someone in your home is most desirable. However, it requires learning many new skills and making major adjustments in lifestyle. This book, written by authors and contributors experienced in working with the physically ill and disabled and their families have brought together in one book information to ease some of the frustrations you may encounter in caring for someone in your home.

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