Media Reviews

“The best guide to navigating these waters!”

“A must-read!” Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Indispensable!” —AARP

“The bible of eldercare.” ABC World News

“A compassionate guide of encyclopedic proportion.” The Washington Post

“Thorough and invaluable…” Booklist

“One of the most insightful books on this subject.” Chicago Tribune

“A compassionate guide of encyclopedic proportion.” The Washington Post

“It’s easy to understand, painstakingly researched, and comprehensive. Best of all, it’s warmly empathetic. An award-winning writer, Virginia Morris understands the terrain…. From the first conversation to the last, Morris provides an invaluable guide.” —Jennie Chin Hansen, CEO, American Geriatrics Society, Past president, AARP, CEO, Health in Aging Foundation

How to Care for Aging Parents is well-researched and comprehensive . . . a practical resource that can be of enormous assistance to contemporary older persons as well as to Baby Boomers and the generations that follow.” —Robert N. Butler, M.D., Founder, National Institute on Aging

“One of the best books around. I read six eldercare handbooks and found Virginia’s one of the very best. The tone is practical and compassionate, and every subject is covered in depth. She knows firsthand about the challenges of taking care of a sick parent, and her book will help you get through them.” —Andrew Cohen, CEO and co-founder,

“Full of insight and great coping strategies for any situation.” New York Daily News

“A thoroughly researched, well-organized, and comprehensive manual.” Library Journal

“The best resource manual of its kind . . . it touches on reality, not just cold information. Facts are brought to life by the author’s compassion and wisdom.” Providence Journal-Bulletin

“A work of great value, written with sensitivity and wisdom . . . it fulfills an obvious need better than anything I’ve seen.” —Sherwin B. Nuland, M.D., Author of How We Die

“This is a tremendous work . . . truly excellent. It will be a great help to many people.” —Ronald Miller, M.D., former medical director, Geriatric Assessment Center at Yale New Haven Hospital

“Brimming with useful advice.” New Choices magazine

“A well-written, sensitive, comprehensive guide…A book you can refer to again and again.” Burlington Free Press