Aging Education for Professionals
Aging Education Books
Mental Disorders in Older Adults, Second Edition: Fundamentals of Assessment and Treatment
Steven H. Zarit, Judy M. Zarit
APA Handbook of Dementia (APA Handbooks in Psychology®)
Dr. Glenn E. Smith PhD (Editor), Dr. Sarah Tomaszewski Farias PhD (Editor)
Treatment of Late-Life Depression, Anxiety, Trauma, and Substance Abuse
Patricia A. Areán
This collection of best practices in geropsychology addresses the competencies therapists need to work with older adults. It draws from the most recent research in treating depression, anxiety disorders, trauma, and substance use disorders in late life. Detailed case examples in each chapter demonstrate the disabling and costly realities of mental illness in older adults, but also highlight the features that make working with older adults a unique experience.
Ethical Practice of Geropsychology
Shane S. Bush (Author), Rebecca S. Allen (Author), Victor A. Molinari (Author)
The easy-to-follow decision-making model provided in this book will help clinicians make the most ethically sound decisions possible in these challenging situations. Clinical vignettes illustrate how to handle ethical and legal issues in a variety of contexts.
Social Security for Dummies
This friendly, easy-to-understand guide cuts through the complexities and gives you the practical information you need to navigate Social Security, get all the benefits you are owed, and make informed decisions about retirement. It also explains how Social Security and Medicare work together to help with healthcare costs.
Get What’s Yours – Revised & Updated: The Secrets to Maxing Out Your Social Security (The Get What’s Yours Series)
Laurence J. Kotlikoff (Author), Philip Moeller (Author), Paul Solman (Author)
Get What’s Yours explains Social Security benefits through basic strategies and stirring stories. It covers the most frequent benefit scenarios faced by married retired couples; by divorced retirees; by widows and widowers. It explains what to do if you’re a retired parent of dependent children; disabled; an eligible beneficiary who continues to work. It addresses the tax consequences of your choices, as well as the financial implications for other investments. It does all this and more.
The Collaborative Psychotherapist:Creating Reciprocal Relationships with Medical Professionals
Nancy Breen Ruddy (Author), Dorothy A. Borresen (Author), William B., Jr. Gunn (Author)
Get What’s Yours for Medicare: Maximize Your Coverage, Minimize Your Costs (The Get What’s Yours Series)
The Complete Adult Psychotherapy Treatment Planner: Includes DSM-5 Updates
Arthur E. Jongsma Jr. (Author), L. Mark Peterson (Author), Timothy J. Bruce (Author)
Casebook of Clinical Geropsychology: International Perspectives
Nancy A. Pachana (Author), Ken Laidlaw (Author), Bob Knight (Author)
Case examples of therapy and issues with older adults.
Geropsychology and Long Term Care: A Practitioner’s Guide
Erlene Rosowsky (Editor), Joseph M. Casciani (Editor), Merla Arnold (Editor)
Education of psychologists working in long-term care settings is consistent with PLTC’s mission to assure the provision of high-quality psychological services for a neglected sector of the population, i.e., residents in nursing homes and assisted-living communities
Websites for Professionals
Resources for Integrated Care (RIC)
Resources for Integrated Care (RIC) develops and disseminates technical assistance and actionable tools for providers of beneficiaries dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid based on successful innovations and care models.
Articles & Other Resources for Caregivers
How to Successfully Cope with the Fear of Aging
If you are like so many seniors, the continual aging process may be difficult to come to terms with. The fear of growing old is both a legitimate and a common concern that people all over the world struggle to accept and cope with as they age—but there are ways to...
5 Helpful Ways to Exercise Your Brain
As you age, it can become increasingly difficult to remember things in your daily life. From to-do lists and birthdays to doctor’s appointments and financial due dates, there is a lot of information competing for your brain’s attention. While it can be frustrating to...
How to Unlock Creative Solutions to Sudden Retirement
With the ever-changing economy, more and more Americans are facing the reality of early retirement. It can be frustrating and terrifying when an event you have spent your whole life preparing for does not happen as planned—but, as with all of life’s unexpected...
3 Types of Independent Living for Seniors
Article explaining three types of independent living and how they are funded.