RCI Caregiving Book Series
Beginning in 2001, the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving began convening expert panels in caregiving to identify best practices in caregiving for specific conditions and illnesses, caregiving in rural areas, and education and support programs for caregivers. RCI sought out experts from across the U. S. and brought them together for an intensive session that included presentations from each panelist as well as active brainstorming amongst the entire panel. The books below are the results of these panels. All books in the series were published by Springer and can be ordered on our website by clicking on the title.
Education and Support Programs for Caregivers
Toseland, Ronald W.; Haigler, David H.; Monahan, Deborah J. (Eds.)
Multiple Dimensions of Caregiving and DisabilityTalley, Ronda C.; Crews, John E. (Eds.)
Cancer Caregiving in the United States
Talley, Ronda C.; McCorkle, Ruth; Baile, Walter F. (Eds.)
Caregiving for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders
Zarit, Steven H.; Talley, Ronda C. (Eds.)
Caregiving Across the Lifespan
Talley, Ronda C.; Montgomery, Rhonda (Eds.)
Centers for Ending – The Coming Crisis in the Care of Aged People
Sarason, Seymour B.
Rural Caregiving in the United States
Talley, Ronda C.; Chwalisz, Kathleen; Buckwalter, Kathleen C. (Eds.)