Books

  • ACH Group Planning Ahead Guide: http://www.ach.org.au/__files/f/3405/ACH_Group_Planning_Ahead_Guide.pdf
  • Barbara Arrowsmith Young, “The Woman Who Changed her Brain,” Harper Collins, 2013 http://www.barbaraarrowsmithyoung.com/
  • Bertschler, John & Patricia, Elder Mediation
  • Nancy Bourke, “ Facing Age – a practical guide for families”,      Exisle Publishing, 2005
  • Carroll and Smith, ‘Mediation in Guardianship Proceedings for the Elderly: An Australian Perspective,’ (2010) Windsor Yearbook of Access to  Justice.
  • Craig, Yvonne (1997), Elder abuse and mediation: Exploratory Studies in America, Britain and Europe, Avebury, Aldershot.
  • Cress, Cathy Jo. Handbook of Geriatric Care Management
  • Doidge, Norman, “The Brain that Changes Itself”, Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science; James H. Silberman Books, 2012. http://www.normandoidge.com/normandoidge/MAIN.html
  • David Solie “How to say it to Seniors” http://www.davidsolie.com/
  • Edgar P,  In Praise of Ageing, The Text Publishing Company, Melbourne  2013.
  • Fisher, Linda and Mieke Brandon. (2012) Mediating with Families (3rd ed, Lawbook Co.)
  • Jacqueline Marcell, (www.ElderRage.com) Elder Rage: How to Survive Caring for Aging Parents
  • Johnson, Amanda and Esther Chang. (2014) Caring for Older Persons in Australia. Principles for Nursing Practice. Wiley and Sons, Australia. (available in hard copy or as an e-book)
  • Kardasis, Arline, Rikk Larsen, Crystal Thorpe and Blair Trippe. Mom      Always Liked You Best
  • Lebow, Grace. Coping With Your Difficult Older Parent: A Guide for Stressed-Out Children
  • Lewis, Rodney. Elder Law in Australia. 2nd Edition
  •  Lisa Genova  the book “Still Alice” which has become a movie. Interview with the author Lisa Genova http://lisagenova.com/about-lisa/
  • Nerenberg, Lisa (2008), Elder abuse prevention: Emerging trends and promising strategies, Springer, New York.
  • Lacey, W. Implementing Human Rights Norms: Judicial Discretion and Use of Unincorporated Conventions, Presidian Legal Publications, 2008
  • Kylie Ladd and Elizabeth Rand, “Living with Alzheimers and other Dementias”.  Michelle Anderson Publishing, 2006
  • Livingston, Gordon Too Soon Old, Too Late Smart -Thirty True Things You Need to Know Now
  • Marcell, Jacqueline Elder Rage, or Take My Father… Please! How to Survive Caring for Aging Parents
  • Michele Gierck, “Fraying – Mum, Memory Loss, the Medical Maze and Me
  • Maria Carmen Navarro, Norma Miraflor, “The Challenges of Aging – reaching self awareness, acceptance and contentment”, Media Masters Singapore, 2013
  • Michele Gierck “Fraying: Mum, memory loss, the medical maze and me”
  • Reilly, A, G Appleby, L Grenfell and W Lacey, Australian Public Law, Oxford University Press, 2011
  • George and Lisl Singer, “Making the Most of Your Memory- practical exercises for all ages,” La Trobe University Press, 1994
  • Spencer, David and Michael Brogan. Mediation Law and Practice
  • Thomas, William H MD. What are Old People For? How Elders Will Save the World
  • University of Minnesota Extension service. “Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate Workbook- a guide to passing on personal possessions
  • Winch, “Best Death Possible in Australia – a guide to dying in Australia”; 2013 http://www.herstonmedicalbookshop.com.au/medicine-and-surgery/Oncology/best-death-possible-a-guide-to-dying-in-australia
  • Zalman, Schachter-Shalomi and Ronald S Miller. From Age-ing to Sage-ing-a revolutionary approach to growing old