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Book details
  • SubGenre:Medical (incl. Patients)
  • Language:English
  • Pages:136
  • eBook ISBN:9781667856636
  • Paperback ISBN:9781667856629

Nursing Homes, Assisted Living: The Good, The Bad, The Money

My Shocking Experience as a Caregiver up to Covid-19

by Ian Samuels

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my 20 years experience as a care giver in private homes, nursing homes, assisted livings and hospitals. the good the bad, the money.
In this book, you will learn about the residents he has given care to and the stories his patients have shared with him. Caregiving in the wake of COVID, Samuels shares what he saw and how his patients have been treated up to end of their lives. This book also provides some advice for families that are planning to have the loved ones live in nursing facilities. This story details all the care givers he has met, the sacrifices they make every day, the burn out, and stress on their bodies.
About the author
Ian Samuels was born in Kingston, Jamaica. He graduated from high school there and became a writer. In 1988, he migrated to the United States. He studied plastics at Adam Spence cooperation and worked as a plastic compounding and extrusion tech in 1999. He went to suburban technical school in long island for nursing in 2001. He worked a few more jobs and then relocated to New Jersey in 2005. He is currently a care manager at an assisted living facility, a songwriter, and author.