Endorsements & Book Reviews
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Irene Broussard, R.N., CRNA:
"I have been a nurse for 38 years in Houston and Austin including the last 20 years as a Nurse Anesthetist in the OR (operating room). Working closely with doctors of all stripes in the OR, I know for the best results the doctors must have the right tools in the right place at the right time. For all of you who are or who might be giving eldercare to an elderly parent in your home, that’s what you get with Mama Moves In and the ResearchPro Databases--the right tools in the right place at the right time. As a professional healthcare provider I will be confronted with caring for one or both of my parents soon, and I will have Mama Moves In and the ResearchPro Databases to help me. Mama Moves In is a 5 ½ year dress rehearsal of eldercare in your home. The ResearchPro Databases provide organized access to all of the information and eldercare products you will need as an eldercare provider in your home.
I recommend Mama Moves In and the ResearchPro Databases as the right tools in the right place at the right time."
Irene Broussard, R.N., CRNA
David Reed Hall, LCSW:
"I have worked in both the private and public sectors in the Austin area as a social worker professionally licensed by the State of Texas for over 20 years. Presently, I am employed by Austin Travis County Integral Care (ATCIC), formerly known as Austin Travis County HMHR. My primary work is with clients who have been forced into the public system for mental health services. Frequently, family members would like to help those who have been forced out onto the streets, but they do not have any idea of where to find resources or even how to start. So, I am dealing with the interpersonal relationships of mental health care. Mama Moves In prepares eldercare providers, whether they be family members or health care professionals serving the community, with a keen insight into the challenges created in interpersonal relationships and the myriad resources available to all, that are part of eldercare in a private, in-home setting. And the information research tools provided in the ResearchPro Databases are invaluable. Everything is covered from Alzheimer’s, a dementia, to cancer and constipation to incontinence and insomnia to Medicare and Social Security Benefits and Wills and Trusts—a wealth of information with a few clicks of a computer mouse. With a failing economy many of us will no longer have the choice between a nice rest home and our home for our parents—it will be our home.
Most of us “Baby Boomers” will be faced with choices about eldercare for our parents. Mama Moves In and the ResearchPro Databases give you organized access to the information you need to make decisions about eldercare in your home and to find eldercare products.
I strongly recommend you read the book and use the research tools."
David R. Hall, LCSW
Robert Hazelwood, M.D. Psychiatrist:
"For over 30 years in both Houston and Austin, Texas, I dealt primarily with the intra and inter personal relationships of my clients. Mama Moves In provides a preview of what all eldercare providers will encounter. The reader gets a vicarious experience of what eldercare in your home is all about. As an eldercare practitioner in your home, you will get all of the information you need from the ResearchPro Databases. Just a few clicks of your computer mouse and you will have the information you need for whatever circumstance arises. Access to eldercare products is quick and easy, too. Both information and products are organized to make access obvious and easy.
I am delighted to recommend Mama Moves In and the ResearchPro Databases to all who are considering or who have already moved an elderly parent into their home."
Dr. Robert Hazelwood, M.D.
February 1, 2011--Mama Moves In Reviewed by Desparate Caregivers
See: www.desparatecaregivers.com for full review.