Majestic Publishers Inc., home of the book,
“Care Giving Made Easy – How to Be an Awesome Caregiver,” to inspire caregivers to use preventative health, science and humor to assist in family care giving to limit health risks to the elderly and the caregivers.
Care Giving Made Easy
How to Be an Awesome Caregiver
Majestic Publishers Inc.
2313 Anvil Drive
T: (870) 204-5317
Copyright © 1998 – 2017 by Dale Brent Adams
ISBN No. 978-0-9677958-8-1
Library of Congress Control Number: 2017911096
Written and Designed in the United States of America
Care Giving Made Easy – How to Be An Awesome Caregiver is a unique book designed for both the new and experienced caregivers. The uplifting tips in this book, will elevate the spirits of care givers to limit the immense stress involved and the increased health risks that come with care giving. Book Reviews by satisfied customers are also found below from both experienced and new caregivers.
Chapter 1: Organized Long Distance Care
How to safely provide long distance care while respecting the rights and independence of our elders.
Chapter 2: The Awesome Caregiver
How to make care giving pleasant with creative humor and smart planning to keep you and your elder both happy.
Chapter 3: Home Safety
How to use ergonomics, caregiver tools, tips and preventative measures to offer safe loving and enjoyable elder care.
Chapter 4: Care Giving Benefits
How to focus on the positive aspects of care giving to relieve stress by focusing on your priorities, family and health.
“There are many books and people who will tell you how hard and stressful care giving is. They have a valid point and nobody can deny that care giving can be stressful. However, they are looking at the subject of care giving from a negative perspective which can become self reinforcing. If you are informed that something is hard and stressful it is difficult to view the matter from another perspective. I had reservations about naming the title of this book, “Care Giving Made Easy – How to Be An Awesome Caregiver,” because it can be a very difficult responsibility. However, I felt it was important to caregivers and our thoroughbred American elders to view care giving from a positive aspect and I started with the book title. I am an American citizen and I am not so willing to be defeated by the challenge of care giving because others have viewed it as hard or stressful.
I prefer to focus on the positive and beautiful aspects of any situation. The gift of turning lemons into lemonade is precious. There are many different ways to think about any experience. You may think of your self as seasoned, but if we compare our age to infinity, we are all just babies. You could be cut off by somebody while driving and become upset, or you can opt to think the person may have saved your life somewhere else down the road by slowing you down. It all depends on how you decide to look at things. Since I knew care giving was stressful, I was determined to discover ways to eliminate that stress. This book reveals real life examples of how we prevented problems to limit stress at every chance. Life is hard and it doesn’t make any sense to make it harder on yourself or others. Behaviors are contagious whether it is accepting stress or being happy. Listed below are some of the benefits of care giving and how you can improve your life. I found my care giving experience to be one of the most rewarding and enjoyable times of my life versus a stressful time. I believe there are other caregivers who are not so willing to relent to stress because there are many ways to prevent problems to stop stress before it starts. Allow Aunt Mary and I to show you how we defeated stress to turn lemons into lemonade and how you can to.”
Chapter 5: The Entertaining Caregiver
How to enjoy everyday activities and holidays with creative tips, positive attitude and humorous ideas.
Book Reviews of Care Giving Made Easy – How to Be An Awesome Caregiver
“I found this book to be the most comprehensive, informative & enjoyable book on elder care I have ever read.”
L. Craft Gattis [AR]
“I think this book is a wonderful ideal.”
Doctor, R. Long [TX]
“This book is the total package. It’s sure to be a classic. All the information you need in one book.”
C. Gattis Adams [AR]
“I have a 2 bed adult family home for developmentally
disabled adults, Your book was very helpful in making
my home better for the people I serve.”
N. Sener [WI]
“What a great idea! We will be happy to list your book in The Caregiver Sourcebook.”
S. Fleckenstein [NY]
This book may not be reproduced in any form without written consent of the author.