Adult Nonfiction RA645.3 .K557 2010
Summary: Wouldn't it be a Relief to know you are Making the Right Decisions and Doing Right by The Person in Your Care? Whether you have a loved one who can't make his or her won decisions or you are a health care professional, you know how difficult-even heartbreaking-it can be to make decisions for others. Feeling confident that you've made the right decision would be a welcome relief from the worry and guilt you may be feeling. The Caregiver's Path to Compassionate Decision Making offers tools and techniques that will your frustration and fears and help you make informed, respectful decisions, Extremely practical, yet also heartfelt, the book offers Alzheimer's Stroke Dementia Brain Injury Mental Illness Developmental Delay Four adaptable tools that make decision making a simple, step-by-step process Guidelines to help you determine if your loved one or patient can make decisions, who should make the decisions, and how to make better decisions Questions to use in almost any medical or quality-of-life situation that will help you gather all of the information you need Techniques for improving communication between patients, families and caregivers Book jacket.
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