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Nursing Home Abuse Resource: Books

Picture-79I frequently receive requests from caregivers, families and scholars regarding how they may obtain more information of various topics relating to nursing home care.  Of course, if I can assist by directing them to a particular source or website, I am happy to.

However, over the years I have realized that there really is no centralized location for information regarding some of the recurring themes in nursing home care and litigation.

Therefore, I plan on compiling a centralized nursing home resource center, where I plan on highlighting books, websites, studies and scholarly articles on commonly encountered topics related to nursing home care.

Initially, I plan on highlighting many of the resources I have found informative or those that were suggested by colleagues.  Nonetheless, I look forward to suggestions from others as our assemblage of resources continually grows. Here are some books on nursing home abuse and neglect that merit a read along with links for purchasing the book at Amazon.  Further, many public libraries and medical centers stock these titles as well.

Books on Nursing Home Abuse

The Nursing Home Survival Guide: An Insider’s Perspective on Everything from Admission to Discharge – l e green (Author)

Insider’s Guide to Better Nursing Home Care: 75 Tips You Should Know – Donna M. Reed (Author)

Take That Nursing Home and Shove It!: How to Secure an Independent Future for Yourself and Your Loved Ones. – Susan B. Geffen (Author)

How to Care for Aging Parents, 3rd Edition: A One-Stop Resource for All Your Medical, Financial, Housing, and Emotional Issues – by Virginia Morris (Author), Jennie Chin Hansen RN MSN FAAN (Foreword)

Nursing Homes: An Insider’s Story – Sara Snyder (Author)

A Dog Walks Into a Nursing Home: Lessons in the Good Life from an Unlikely Teacher – Sue Halpern (Author)

Simple Lessons for A Better Life: Unexpected Inspiration from Inside the Nursing Home – Charles E. Dodgen (Author)

Nursing Home Federal Requirements, 8th Edition: Guidelines to Surveyors and Survey Protocols – James E. Allen MSPH PhD CNHA (Author)

Nursing Home: A Disturbing Medical Thriller about Depraved Cruelty and Abuse[Kindle Edition] – Ira Eaton (Author)

Elder Abuse Prevention and Intervention: A Guide to Dealing With Nursing Home Abuse and Other Elderly Abuse Issues – Carrie Shenoy (Author)

Safeguarding people with dementia: Recognising adult abuse – Alzheimer’s Society (Author)

The Age of Dignity: Preparing for the Elder Boom in a Changing America – Ai-jen Poo (Author)

Alzheimer’s Through My Mother’s Eyes – Suzette Brown (Author)

Nursing Home Visits – Marlene Polar (Author)

Stop Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Before It Starts – Debra D. Savage (Author)

Can’t We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir – Roz Chast (Author)

Abuse and Neglect: A Family’s Guide to Nursing Home Lawsuits in Illinois

Barry G. Doyle (Author)

A Tale of Healthcare Fraud and Abuse: A Nursing Home Administrator Blows the Whistle – Joseph Wellington (Author)

A Bittersweet Season: Caring for Our Aging Parents–and Ourselves – Jane Gross (Author)—Ourselves/dp/030747240X/ref=sr_1_47?ie=UTF8&qid=1431159830&sr=8-47&keywords=nursing+home+neglect

The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers: Looking After Yourself and Your Family While Helping an Aging Parent – Barry J. Jacobs (Author)

Activities for Older People in Care Homes: A Handbook for Successful Activity Planning – Sarah Crockett (Author)

How to Find The Best Adult Family Home Care for Your Elderly Parent: Geriatric nurse insider shows you where to start, the best questions to ask, and what to look out for. – Joseph Spada (Author)

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