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Haley Lynn Gray’s Best Selling Book, “Choosing a Caregiver: Expect the Best and Know How to Ask for It” is Free for one more day on Amazon

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Haley Lynn Gray is announcing her newest Best Selling Book, Choosing a Caregiver: Expect the Best and Know How to Ask for It.  It will be offered for free on Amazon this week (12/01/2014– 12/05/2014) and should be downloaded by all with aging parents.
Caring for your parents can be difficult and emotionally draining. Getting appropriate, safe care, can be difficult. Knowing what to watch out for, and which pitfalls and traps to avoid can help you get the safest, best possible care options for your loved one.

In this book, we will discuss the natural changes that happen in a relationship, and some strategies for dealing with them. We’ll also talk about different types of care, and some of the options that are available.

Know that you are not alone. There is great help available, and by asking some questions, you’ll be able to weed out the different options out there.
Choosing a Caregiver: Expect the Best and Know How to Ask for It is currently free and available for download on Amazon for one more day (12/05/2014) at: Here’s what some of the reviewers have said:
“I am not at the point of needing to be the caregiver of a parent but my mother in law is. Reading this gave me great insight so that I CAN help her if she needs me. In addition I will be getting it for both my mother in law and mom for the holidays because I think it will be a huge resource for them on this road they are traveling.” – Sara Atkins
“Choosing a good caregiver is one of the most important things you can do for your elderly parents when they are no longer able to take care of themselves. They took care of you when you were young, now it’s time to take good care of them while they are still alive. With all the negligence and abuse going around today in nursing homes, it is a “MUST” that find a good caregiver. Excellent book!” – B. Camp
For More Information: For more questions or to schedule an interview about this press release please contact Rebecca Grosch, Editor, at 626-765-9750 or email
About The Author: I was responsible for taking care of both of my parents, while also taking care of my growing family with four children and a wonderful husband. Mom had MS, early stage dementia, and osteoporosis. Dad had dementia, Parkinson’s, and osteoporosis. To say that it was rough might be a bit of an understatement.
I learned a lot while taking care of my parents, and want to share that information with you, so that you don’t have to learn things the hard way the way I did. While I was at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business studying for my MBA, I hatched the business plan for Extension of You Home Care, which is the basis for a lot of the ideas in this book.
I consider it my mission to educate, and help other people get through this tough time. Hopefully, a little easier than I did.


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