You may order any of the following publications by calling the CAPS office at 1.800.227.7294, or by filling out this form.

A Helpful Guide for Survivors When Death Occurs $2.00
A Selected Bibliography $3.00
Aging Parents & Common Sense Free*
Alzheimer's Disease: Caregiving Tips $3.00
Alzheimer's Disease: Clinical Picture $3.00
Caregiver Guide $3.00
Catalogs and Products List of Disabled Elderly $3.00
Demential Materials $3.00
Estate Planning and Elderlaw $5.00
Guide to Starting a Support Group $12.00
Help for Families of the Aging: Leader Manual $39.95
Help for Families of Aging: Seminar Workbook $11.95
Housing Options $5.00
Instant Aging $10.00
Planning Ahead/Possibilities for Help $2.00
State Resources $4.00
The Dollars and Cents of Long-Term Care/Statistics $2.00
Tips for Caregivers Volume 1 $5.00
Tips for Caregivers Volume 2 $5.00

*Through a generous grant from AXA Foundation, the cost of handling and postage has been paid for this publication.

Fact Sheets

$1.00 Each
12 for $10.00
A Caregiver's Bill of Rights
A Caregiver's Concern - The Older Driver
A National Need
ABC's of Positive Thinking
Adaptation of the Home for the Homebound
Aging and Dying with Dignity
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Amont the Older Adult Population
Alcohol and Other Drug Problems Among Older Americans
An Agenda for Caregivers in the 21st Century
Assisted Living - What Is It? When Does It Provide an Option?
Baby Boomers - Caregivers Born Between 1946 and 1964
Be Wise: Write Advance Directives
Can a Support Group Help?
CAPS Instant Aging Workshop
CAPS Support Goup Affiliation and Principles
Caregiver Questionnaire
Caregiving
Choosing a Home-Care Agency for Private Care
Coping with a Manipulative Parent
Coping with Combative Behavior
Coping with Demtia
Coping with Personality Changes
Coping with Rejection
Day Care and Respite - Right for Our Times
Dealing with Stroke
Depression
Detecting Drinking Problems in Older Adults
Do's If Your Parents Live with You
Easing the Strain of Eldercare
Elder Abuse
Elder Care - How the Employer Can Help
Eldercare Issues in the Workplace
Emergency Response Systems
Emotional Aspects of Caregiving
Food for Thought
Foot Information
General Tips - Where to Turn for Information
Geriatric Assessment
Guidelines for Understanding the Elderly
Guilt Trips
Helpful Communication Skills in One-to-One
Helping Parents Retain as Much Independence as Possible
Helping the Demtia Patient
Housing Options
How Do You Cope?
How to Find a Caregiver Support Group
How to Get Your Siblings and Family Involved
How to Know When You Are Getting Old
How to Manage Caregiver Stress
I Don't Want to be a Burden
I Shall Wear Purple
Incontinence
Intergenerational Living
Is It Alxheimer's? Ten Warning Signs
Keeping Parent at Home
Learned Helplessness and Motivation in the Elerly
Long Distance Private Geriatric Care Managers
Long-Term Care Insurance
Look Closer - See Me
Medical Claims Assistance Can Help
Medication Information
Memory Retention Tips
Nursing Home Evaluation
Nursing Home Check List
Nursing Home Residence Bill of Rights
Nursing Homes - When & Why
Practical Skills in Home Care
Pre-Planned Funerals - One of Life's Options
Preparation for Caregiving
Respite - Why Should Families Use It
Reverse Mortgages
Selecting and Communicating with a Physician
Suggested Means of Communication Between Older Persons & Their Families
Suggestions for Long-Distance Caring
Surrogate Financial Management/Voluntary Financial Management
The CAPS' Caregiver Series for the Employer
The Sandwich Generation
Three C's of Caregiving
Tips on Caring for the Caregiver
Treatable Illnesses in the Elderly
Walking a Tightrope
What Business Needs to Know
When Goals Become Elusive: The Aging Process
What to Do After Your Spouse's Funeral
When Confronting the Red-Tape Lanes
Why Should I Feel Guilty When I Do So Much?
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