What better place than where we are all in a quandary for answers for senior care? I'm writing a book. It is an collection of true stories, exposing fraud & manipulation in Senior care.
Please give me your thoughts of the Title you prefer:
1) How to Avoid being Scammed by Caregivers
Exposing Fraud in the Senior Care Industry. (subtitle)
2). The Care Puppeteers
They pull your Heart strings, Purse strings, Financial Strings
How to Avoid being Scammed by Caregivers (subtitle)
3) CareGivers Scare Takers
How to Avoid your caregiver becoming your Care Taker
of your money, health and well being
Good luck with your book!
Makes it pretty clear what the book is about. Wishing you good luck. There are so MANY ways to scam. I think crucial that you include "good models" to look for. The ALF my brother was at was SO good, so forthcoming prior to admission, such complete and WRITTEN descriptions. People don't know what to look for. Keep us posted.
I haven't time to write a book -
That's an excuse. I am constitutionally incapable of writing a book because it demands "the application of the seat of one's pants to the seat of one's chair" as Hemingway so rightly explained the art. But I digress.
- ostensibly, then, because I work full-time in social care, providing short-term reablement support and urgent care services to people living at home; but I am developing the strands of a thesis and hope to enlist sponsors one day to get it done.
Although it's not so much sponsorship I need. It's somebody standing over me with a bayonet and poking me whenever I stop typing. I digress again.
My thesis' working title is "Love or money: what price care? Challenges in recruiting the social care workforce for an aging population."
I am sure there will be room for a section on workers who have seemingly decided to help themselves.