Phillip Rumrill ’89 Co-authors The Sandwich Generation’s Guide to Eldercare

Photo of book coverMembers of the KSC community and of the “sandwich generation”—those struggling to care for their elderly loved ones while raising their own children—will find help in The Sandwich Generation’s Guide to Eldercare: Concrete Advice to Simultaneously Care for Your Kids and Your Parents, co-authored by Phillip D. Rumrill ’89 PhD, CRC.

Dr. Rumrill, recipient of the 2012 Alumni Achievement Award, received both his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Keene State and is currently a professor and coordinator of the Rehabilitation Counseling Program at Kent State University (Ohio) as well as the director of the Center for Disability Studies at Kent State. His latest book is a co-authored project with two other rehabilitation specialists and shares insight and advice for the sandwich generation. This invaluable resource offers tips for every aspect of eldercare, including how to navigate the legal and financial considerations while ensuring the best care for loved ones and avoiding caregiver burnout.