Her latest book Baby Boomers-Sandwiched Between Retirement & Caregiving (2009) is the most comprehensive book on Caregiving. It includes the Elderly Red Flag Checklist, the Caregiver’s Emotional Quiz, and over 250 Resources, plus a Glossary of Terms.
Dr. Haymon, a licensed psychologist, author, and International speaker has been pioneering the field of Caregiving for over twenty years. Her visionary book, My Turn Caring for Aging Parents & Other Elderly Loved Ones- A Daughter’s Perspective (1996) was the very first book every published in the U.S. on caring for aging parents.
Dr. Haymon’s research on Work Addiction has been cited in more than twenty major newspapers in the United States and Canada. In related seminars, Dr. Haymon addresses the toll work addiction takes on its’ victims as well as the negative impact it has on family members, co-workers and productivity.
Dr. Sandra W. Haymon, America’s #1 Caregiving Expert, licensed psychologist, author, and International speaker is internationally recognized as an expert in the fields of caregiving, eldercare, retirement, and work addiction. Utilizing her own personal and professional experiences, she combines her energy, wit, compassion, and expertise to educate, motivate, empower, and entertain her audiences.
Dr. Haymon draws from her popular books, Baby Boomers-Sandwiched Between Retirement & Caregiving, and My Turn: Caring for Aging Parents & Other Elderly Loved Ones-A Daughter’s Perspective, to guide family and professional caregivers thru the maze of physical, practical, emotional, and spiritual issues of caregiving. She explores options and offers solutions to challenges associated with caregiving-for the caregiver, as well as the person being cared for. She also teaches participants how to decode the ‘Alphabet Soup’ (acronyms and jargon) used by medical and legal professionals.
Dr. Haymon’s presentations are a must for family and professional caregivers; all healthcare providers (physicians, physician assistants, RNs, LPNs, CNPs, CNAs); management, staff and volunteers working in hospitals, nursing homes, memory impaired facilities, personal care homes, and assisted living settings; psychologists, social workers, certified professional counselors; estate and financial planners; anyone employed in the insurance industry; anyone who is presently a caregiver, will ever be a caregiver, or may ever need a caregiver; and anyone who ever plans to retire.
Her research on Work Addiction has been cited in more than twenty major newspapers in the United States and Canada. In related seminars, Dr. Haymon addresses the toll work addiction takes on its’ victims as well as the negative impact it has on family members,
co-workers, and productivity.