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Tena Scallan - The Ultimate Caregiving Expert
Compassionate Advice for Caregivers and their Loved Ones

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The idea of in-home patient care can be a daunting one, especially when your experience is limited and you’re not sure what to expect.

This guide includes the basic in-home care Do’s and Don’ts and how to respond to common caregiving situations.

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The Ultimate Compassionate Guide to Caregiving is a new and innovative book that provides assistance on all the aspects of daily living. It is designed for individuals who intend to care for their loved ones at home or in any facility. It will give you effective and timely solutions for the many problems facing health care today. It will educate you and allow you to develop home health care skills, good judgment, and the common sense to play an active role in helping your loved ones with their health care needs.

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"As we grow older, caregiving gets more complex and demanding.  Aging or illness does not have to result in giving up your home, or your lifestyle. The resources I’ve created were developed after years of experience in the Health Care Industry. It is my hope that they will give you peace of mind as you move forward on your journey of in-home patient care. The Ultimate Caregiving Expert’s Guide to Compassionate Caregiving will educate you and allow you to develop home health care skills, good judgment, and the confidence to play an active role in helping your loved ones with their health care needs.”

-Tena Scallan