Caregiver’s Guide To Assisted Living

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Author and eldercare expert Becky Feola knows first-hand that caring for someone who is no longer in complete control is hard…and the decision to seek outside help is one fraught with emotion. Her book helps cut the confusion and turn an undeniably difficult transition into a journey of hope and love.


Becky Feola is a multi-award-winning author who was most recently honored with the Silver Award in the Aging Consciously category of the Nautilus Awards and The Grand Prize in the category of Health along with The First Horizons Award for superior work by a debut author through The Eric Hoffer Awards.

Becky learned the value of hard work and life while being raised on remote cattle ranches in Arizona and Wyoming. During those early years, she developed a keen sense of service and nurturing towards other living creatures while caring for orphaned calves, sick kittens, and her colt, Little George.

Later in life, she would find herself immersed in an 11-year battle as a caregiver after her husband was diagnosed with Huntington’s Disease. The day her husband tried to strangle her during a frightening hallucination was the day Becky’s life would change forever. After that incident and subsequent hospitalization, the doctors told her that her husband would never be coming home again. This led to a frantic search for a professional care facility that would tend to her beloved’s needs as well or better than she could.

Once he passed away in 2005, Becky healed herself by creating two businesses devoted to helping other caregivers find ethical and moral solutions to their needs — The NJF Center for Caregivers and Assisted Living Advantage. Now, she has taken that passion a step further with her book The Eldercare Consultant, Your Guide to Making the Best Choices Possible, AMACOM Books.

Becky lives in Phoenix, Arizona and while continuing to provide eldercare services, she has finished her first novel, Winter’s Child.



by Becky Feola


Your elderly father’s memory is failing fast. Your increasingly frail mother just took another fall. Whatever the situation, The Eldercare Consultant can provide the knowledge, support, and encouragement you seek. Weaving together real-life stories with the essential information needed to make the best decisions, this compassionate and practical guide helps you: Spot warning signs of physical and mental decline * Recognize when a loved one needs assistance * Determine the level of care needed * Evaluate the options-family caregiver, home health care, palliative care, senior housing, assisted living facilities-and select the right one * Discuss the issue with your loved one * Understand and manage the costs of care * Make the adjustment as smooth as possible * Avoid caregiver burnout * And more.


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