There is an outstanding amount of information and resources available to caregivers. The trick is finding out about them. When you come to Nancy’s House, we can help you find what you need.
Please see our Bibliography for additional information.
The 36-Hour Day: A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementias, and Memory Loss by Nancy L. Mace and Peter V. Rabins, 2012
Healing and the Mind by Bill Moyers, 1995
The Healing Power of Sleep by Mary O’Brien, 2009
Helping Yourself Help Others: A Book for Caregivers by Rosalynn Carter and Susan Golant, 1995
Home Health Aides: How to Manage the People Who Help You by Alfred H. Degraff, 1988
The Magic of Humor in Caregiving by James R. Sherman, 1995
Mainstay: For the Well Spouse of the Chronically Ill by Maggie Strong, 1997
Molecules Of Emotion: The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine by Candace B. Pert, 1999
Passages in Caregiving: Turning Chaos into Confidence by Gail Sheehy, 2010
The Personal Care Attendant Guide: The Art of Finding, Keeping, or Being One by Katie Rodriguez Banister, 2006
Speedbumps: Flooring It Through Hollywood by Teri Garr, 2006
The Spiritual Activist: Practices to Transform Your Life, Your Work, and Your World by Claudia Horwitz, 2002
The Thing You Think You Cannot Do: Thirty Truths about Fear and Courage by Gordon Livingston, 2012
A family caregiver is a relative or friend who voluntarily is helping a loved one who is disabled, chronically ill, or frail. Caregivers may be taking care of a child, an adult, or an elderly parent or relative.