A book that debunks misperceptions about the long-term care industry through human interest stories of people thriving and living quality lives in the very places people associate with dying.
Who Moved My Dentures started out as story vignettes about people that I met during my entertaining and evolved into a book that debunks common misperceptions about the long-term care industry. Along the way I discuss how the industry is financed and policed, educate people about the differences in long-term care and offer useful tips and advice for people facing long-term care choices for themselves or a loved one.
But, at its heart, it is a story about people who are thriving and living life when others have written them off. Professionals in the field, those who care for older adults and the up and coming baby boomer generation who face choices for themselves will find this book both enjoyable and useful.
Know Exceptional Seniors?
I welcome story ideas. I am particularly interested in stories about exceptional older adults. I am constantly amazed at the talent, wisdom, resiliency, warmth and humor that our older citizens have to offer. These are people that we can learn so much from and who society, by and large ignore. So tell me about exceptional people you know.