Learning to Let Go Paperback

The Transition into Residential Care

by Penelope Wilcock;


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Learning to Let Go

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Sooner or later many of us will have to 'go into care'. How do we, and those who are involved in our care, make wise choices? Two aspects will be present in balance in the book: the concerns and responsibilities of those entering residential care, and the concerns and responsibilities of those (professionals, volunteers, pastors, family members and friends) who can offer support to ease the struggle of transition. "Learning to Let Go" will acknowledge and explore the intense experience of grief and bereavement that surrounds the relinquishment of independent living. The book will consider the strategies required so that those going into care retain their identity and are not reduced to peripheral status as 'patient' or 'resident'. Covering practical details from how to choose a home to what to pack when moving, this book will help facilitate a smooth transition.

Learning to Let Go by Penelope Wilcock was published by Lion Hudson in March 2010 and is our 34968th best seller. The ISBN for Learning to Let Go is 9780745953984.

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Page last updated 16th November 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherLion Hudson (March 2010)
Weight166g
Number of Pages162
Thickness8 mm
Height198 mm
Width129 mm
ISBN9780745953984
ISBN-100745953980
Product Code2672103
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