JUDITH STEVENS is a home health care professional. She is the owner and operator of A Loving Touch in Senior Care: a caregiver placement Registry based in Portland, OR. She has owned and operated a licensed foster care home for the elderly and has worked as a caregiver for over 20 years, both in the group home setting and for the last 10+ years in individual homes. Besides working and raising a family, she has attended many classes pertaining to the care of the elderly. She loves what she’s doing and wants to improve the quality of caregiving for seniors.
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Chapter 2: Deciding on Loving Arrangements
“Our homes were designed, for the most part, for the
younger generation — for raising children and entertaining. Most were not designed for the special needs of advanced age and illness. The question arises for most seniors: Should they stay and live at home where they are comfortable? Or should they move in with family, or to an assisted living facility or nursing home?” … … These questions and more are answered.
Chapter 3: Living Safely at Home
“Seniors who have lived in a home for a long time don’t seem to see the dangers lurking around them. A great many seniors end up in hospitals because home safety was not seen as a priority.”
“This book provides a reliable, correct, and up-to-date summary by an experienced caregiver for seniors. Judith Stevens is a true expert. I strongly recommend this book to seniors, their families and caregivers.”
- Stanley W Jacob, MD, FACS
Department of Surgery
Oregon Health and Sciences University
“I found this book addresses the everyday issues confronting families and feel that it is needed information and has practical application.”
- Francis Barnum
Owner-Aunte Faye Care Agency
“The book is an insightful easy to read on a very important topic involving the elderly. I found this book very interesting and delightful and wish all families who are caring for a senior had this information at hand.”
- Kimberly Millar LPN