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The Caregiver Space is here to support caregivers, but we’re not the only ones here to help! Here some of the books our community has enjoyed. Please note that this isn’t an official endorsement and we’re not necessarily affiliated with these authors.

Is there a book caregivers should know about that isn’t on the list? Let us know.

ABCs of Caregiving

by Dr. Nanette J. Davis // Words to inspire you // Read Allie’s review

The Accidental Caregiver’s Survival Guide

by A. Michael Bloom // Read Allie’s review

Caregiver’s Guide for Canadians

by Rick Lauber // Read Shirley’s review

A Cast of Caregivers

by Sherri Snelling // Celebrity Stories to Help You Prepare to Care // Read Allie’s review

Family Caregiver’s Guide

by Harriet Hodgson // Caring for a loved one at home. What’s really involved?

Self-Care for Caregivers

by Pat Samples // A Twelve Step Approach // Read Allie’s review

The Selfish Pig’s Guide To Caring

by Hugh Marriott & David Lock

reading when you find the timeDementia & eldercare

The 36-Hour Day

by Nancy L. Mace & Peter V. Rabins // A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementias, and Memory Loss

My favorite ‘go to’ book is entitled “The 36 Hour Day”. It has been a tremendous to myself and others I have loaned it to. – Donna Chu

Alzheimer’s – Finding the Words

by Harriet Hodgson // A Communication Guide for Those Who Care

Elder Rage, or Take My Father… Please!

by Jacqueline Marcell // How to Survive Caring for Aging Parents

How to Care for Aging Parents

by Virginia Morris

Written by Cori Carl
As Director, Cori is an active member of the community and regularly creates resources for people providing care.

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