LIBRARY OF CONGRESS AUTHORITIES Dr. Brent is best known as an award-winning advocate and KEYNOTE speaker with 21 publications in 1,125 library holdings. Her books are in the Library of Congress, the libraries of the University of Oxford, Harvard, Stanford, Johns Hopkins, Universidad Bicentenaria de Aragua in Venezuela, and numerous other medical centers and universities worldwide. Designated as an Editor's Choice, she received the ranking of “EXCELLENT" by the Library Journal.
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Video: women changing lanes (courtesy of delta college)
How can we manage the transitions, or lane changes, that inevitably crop up in our lives and the strategies to help you address changes you may encounter. You will walk away feeling more resilient and confidently prepared to navigate life’s highway! Click to view video.
Why Wait? The Baby Boomer’s Guide to Preparing Emotionally, Financially and Legally for a Parent’s Death is a handbook that can spare caregivers and their families the stress of conflict at a time of grieving and loss. It provides an opportunity for them to mend fences and renew the connection and communication they once enjoyed with each other.
Dr. Carolyn A. Brent, is an award-winning bestselling author and a National Physique Committee (NPC) Masters Women's Figure Champion at age 60. She is an expert on both self-care and caregiving; she is the founder of Across All Ages and two nonprofit organizations, CareGiverStory Inc. and Grandpa's Dream. Carolyn's research and extensive collection of published works have made her a notable figure in her field. For seventeen years, she worked for some of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies and has worked as a volunteer at various assisted-living facilities. Her award-winning books include The Caregiver's Companion: Caring for Your Loved One Medically, Financially and Emotionally While Caring for Yourself and The Caregiver's Legal Survival Guide: Navigating through the Legal System.