"An insightful, unique approach to helping people cope with the demands of dealing with the elderly. The writing is entertaining and insightful."
-- John J. Daly, M.D., NYC Police Surgeon, St. Vincent's Hospital, NYC
..". social workers, nursing-home and community center staffers, psychologists, and family members of patients with dementia/Alzheimer's could all benefit from this information."
-- Judy Foust, RN, US Army Hospital, retired, Low Vision Nursing Specialist, Lighthouse NYC
..". a great resource for caregivers, whether they are children of aging parents or professionals working in a health care settings. Conroy puts a new spin on the different ways to manage the elderly population. This book is a great reference and a great read."
--Donna Malech, R. N., P. H. N., Visiting Nurse Service, NYC
"A must in any caregiver's library."
--Marie Sibilla, Psychotherapist, Private Practice, NYC
"To all adult children, caretakers, professionals read this book! Conroy's approach aligns with the newest movement in American psychology called 'Positive Psychology'--focusing on one's passions and personal strengths."
--Gerald Solk, Ph.D.
Assist. Prof. Psychology, City University of NY Staff Psychologist, Gracie Square Hospital