The Journey of a Lifetime (USED, Very Good)
This book by Nancy Fox challenges us to rethink the meaning of leadership and success in human terms. Through its ten leadership pathways to culture change, The Journey of a Lifetime carries us through the process of first opening ourselves to the possibilities, then growing ourselves and others.
Sale Price: $9.95
Another Country: Navigating the Emotional Terrain...
This is a book about our parents and grandparents, because they don't grow old in a vacuum. The process can be just as painful for us - daughters and sons, granddaughters and grandsons - as for them. We need new ways of supporting one another - new ways of sharing our time, our energy, and our love. Mary Pipher shows us how.
Sale Price: $9.99
Journal to the Self: Twenty-two Paths to Personal Growth
In this remarkable book, featuring actual diary entries, a nationally known expert in journal therapy gives you specific techniques for keeping your own journal and using it to work through problems, heal relationships and much more
Sale Price: $10.00
Mediation Survivor's Handbook
Peg Nichols gives us a beginner's guide to mediation. Parties who choose mediation to seek resolution of a dispute, or have been ordered to mediation by a court, can use Mediation Survivor's HandBook to guide them through the basics. Brief explanations will help interested readers understand the difference between the facilitative, evaluative and transformative styles of mediation.
Our price $12.99
Changing Places: A Journey with My Parents into Their Old Age
Confronted with new emotional and practical challenges when her parents entered a nursing home, Judy Kramer navigated through a maze... In this book based on her popular newspaper column, she shares what she learned along the way.
Sale Price: $15.00
Building the Bridge As You Walk On It
Building the Bridge As You Walk On It tells the personal stories of people who have embraced deep change and inspired author Robert Quinn to take his concept one step further and develop a new model of leadership: "the fundamental state of leadership."
Sale Price: $17.00
Age Power: How the 21st Century Will Be...
Dychtwald's new book is a wake-up call to debt-laden baby boomers heading toward poverty-stricken old age, to senior citizens and to society as a whole.
Sale Price: $19.95
Turning Memories Into Memoirs
There is power in storytelling, and it is accessible to everyone. Turning Memories into Memoirs will initiate teachers and students into the process of writing their personal and family lifestories.
Sale Price: $19.95
Old Age in a New Age
In Old Age in a New Age, award-winning journalist Beth Baker takes readers on a journey ito some of the best places in America for elders to live. In these remarkable nursing homes, residents have a say in their everyday lives, enjoy an environment that looks and feels like an ordinary home, live with dignity and purpose, and find comfort in close relationships with caregivers.
Our price $21.95
With a Little Help from Our Friends - Creating Community as We Grow Older
Experiments from across the country with new living arrangements that balance independence and community as one grows older.
In this book, an award-winning journalist tells the story of people devising innovative ways to live as they approach retirement, options that ensure they are surrounded by a circle of friends, family, and neighbors.
In Pursuit of the Sunbeam (2nd ed.)
"The sunbeam," the right to home, has eluded the frail elders of this country for too long. It is time for a change. In Pursuit of the Sunbeam is a guide for individuals and organizations looking to embrace the true home of the resident-directed Household Model. Based on James O. Prochaska's stages of change, the Norton and Shields Change Matrix plots the transformational journey from beginning awareness of the need for change on a personal level through physical and organizational reconstruction into households licensed as skilled nursing facilities.
It’s big, beautiful and packed with stories, pictures and ideas about energizing daily life in neighborhoods and households. Vibrant Living was written by Carmen Bowman and LaVrene Norton as a how-to guide, but it is also a scrapbook of photos and stories from organizations across the country highlighting the vibrant living that goes on in their homes. From ethnic celebrations to coffee klatch, from tree climbing to a quiet afternoon curled up on the couch, organizations are finding ways to make it possible for elders to live lives full of interest, value, meaning and spontaneity.
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