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Useful Caregiving Guide Available During BEA 2016

This caregiver’s guide is filled with engaging and inspiring materials carefully chosen by a skilled hospice volunteer.


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Holding Hands
Written by Diane Gruenke
Holding Hands Written by Diane Gruenke

Holding Hands is a perfect guide for social workers, caregivers, medical personnel, or just anyone who visits or attends to those who are in nursing homes and elder care, as well as hospice. This book will inspire and entertain not only the caregivers, but also the people under their care.

Holding Hands is a compilation of ideas, stories, humor, puzzles, inspirational verses, and other activities. The collection was curated by Diane Gruenke and is meant to serve as a fostering and spiritual guide for those who are attending to older people.

This book is complete with enjoyable activities and exercises that Diane has collected over the years. Apart from the entertainment, it also has helpful articles about communication and making people feel comfortable. The author also included poetry and spiritual verses that will, in her own words, “feed the soul and warm the heart.”

Holding Hands is a perfect guide for social workers, caregivers, medical personnel, or just anyone who visits or attends to those who are in nursing homes and elder care, as well as hospice. This book will inspire and entertain not only the caregivers, but also the people under their care.

This book was featured in LitFire’s booth during BookExpo America last May 11 to 13, 2016. It was held at McCormick Place in Chicago, Illinois.
 
 
 

Holding Hands
Written by Diane Gruenke 
Paperback | $10.95
Book copies are available at www.amazon.com and other online book retailers.
 
 

About the Author

Diane Gruenke was a hospice volunteer for many years. During that time, she collected a number of inspirational stories and activities. The idea for making a compilation of those materials came after the passing of her son’s friend. Diane went to visit the young man, who was battling cancer, and took some of her collected material with her. After his death, the family told her how much her materials meant to them.


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