The Caregiver’s Journey: Compassionate and Informed Care for a Loved One by Todd F. Cope, RN

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The Caregiver’s Journey: Compassionate and Informed Care for a Loved One

by Todd F. Cope, RN

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Caring for elderly loved ones doesn’t have to be a burden.

It can be a profound blessing.

Registered nurse and popular speaker Todd F. Cope has spent years supervising the care of elderly residents in Utah’s largest assisted living facility. He’ll teach you how to make the most of this precious time together.

Learn how to

  • Make difficult decisions as a family
  • Determine when to accept help
  • Preserve priceless memories and mementos
  • Prevent caregiver burnout
  • Find additional resources in your community

No matter where you are in your caregiving, this invaluable book will show you how to find joy in the journey and create a peaceful experience for those you love and serve.

About the Authors:

Todd F. Cope grew up in a family of thirteen children. As the youngest, he quickly learned that service was the best way to get along with others. After graduating from high school, Todd traveled to Western Australia to work as a missionary.

It was his desire to help others that led Todd to pursue a career in nursing. Working as a registered nurse for more than twenty-five years, he has had the opportunity of working in a variety of settings, but the majority of his career has involved caring for the elderly. In his spare time, Todd enjoys running, gardening, and spending time with his family.

Todd’s love for writing dates back to the fourth grade, when he won a poetry writing contest. He continued to be honored for his essays, poetry, and prose throughout his school career. Todd has published many articles on a variety of subjects in several forums, including the Ensign and New Era magazines. He is the author of four published novels, most notably The Shift, a self-published work that inspired the CBS television movie The Last Dance, starring Maureen O’Hara.


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