The Challenges of Caregiving

Getting older is not for sissies… and helping your aging loved one takes special care and grace.

Helping your aging and elderly relatives can be difficult. When they come to you, it’s not only important to be encouraging and supportive, but also to be knowledgeable about the best resources and options available to them.
Aging Grace will equip you with a wealth of insight and understanding that will allow you to enjoy positive memories from a season of life that offers both blessings and significant challenges.

Here’s a trusted and safe place to turn to for advice concerning:
⦁ Learning more about the choices you have in finding both financial and emotional help while being a primary care-giver of the elderly.
⦁ Gaining insight on how to counsel and care for the elderly and other family members from a spiritual, mental, and physical dimension.
⦁ Becoming a resource for those in need by understanding aging issues.
Aging Grace offers you valuable information that can be used over and over again. It’s full of interesting facts, helpful statistics, thought-provoking passages, and useful advice. It explores so much about the aging process and will leave you feeling more secure in your ability to counsel your families in need.

Call today to set up a free presentation.

Dr. Caracciolo provides a biblical and practical foundation for hope in the midst of the
inevitable aging process we all will face this side of heaven.
-Dr. Tim Clinton
President, American Association of Christian Counselors
Christian counselors and care-givers will benefit from reading Aging Grace and keeping
it in their library for future reference.
-Mary McPherson
Care-giver, Baby Boomer and Retired Principal

Rick Caracciolo specializes in nursing care facilities with extensive experience
in rehabilitative therapy, sub acute/long term care, counseling and wellness
programs. Earning a Masters degree in Health Services Management, a
Certified Occupational Therapist and Doctorate of Christian Counseling
Psychology, he has a passion to educate counselors, patients and families on
health care and the aging process. He currently resides outside of Atlanta,
Georgia.
Aging Grace – Advice for Pastors, Counselors, and Families of Aging
Relatives
by Dr. Rick C. Caracciolo
Published by XXXXXX Development Services, Inc.
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