Author Bridges the Information Gap With an Outstanding Look at Long-Term Care

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"Aging Answers: Secrets to Successful Long-Term Care Planning, Caregiving, and Crisis Management" is scheduled to hit the market in early October 2003. PDF version now available for download at http://www.theltcexpert.com/books.

"Aging Answers: Secrets to Successful Long-Term Care Planning, Caregiving, and Crisis Management" is scheduled to hit the market in early October 2003. PDF version now available for download at http://www.theltcexpert.com/books.

Recent studies show that 54 million American families (1 in 4 families) are caring for an aging parent or relative. For some that means providing transportation, groceries, and housekeeping or bill paying assistance. For other families, this means providing 24 hour care.

One of the nation's leading experts in long-term care, crisis management, and caregiving, has authored a new book- "AGING ANSWERS: Secrets to Successful Long-Term Care Planning, Caregiving, and Crisis Management". Due out in early October 2003, the book provides simple, effective, and accurate information for families across the country who are struggling to find good information.

Author Valerie VanBooven RN, BSN, CMC states, "We live in the information age, but this seems to be one of those topics that we would rather avoid than discuss...It is more important than ever that we educate ourselves about what long-term care REALLY means, both physically, and financially."

Valerie has been a nurse for 11 years, and in that time has owned her own geriatric care management firm- Senior Care Solutions, Inc. http://www.seniorcaresolutionsinc.com

Valerie is also a professional speaker, member of the National Speakers Association, presenting over 200 workshops and seminars per year on various issues related to long-term care planning, and caring for aging adults.

For more information on AGING ANSWERS, or to view Valerie's speaking schedule, please visit her on the web at http://www.theltcexpert.com

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