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Drawing on the more than 40 years of experience as a certified teacher, certified advocate, tutor, resource and referral specialist, Esther Ross wrote this book to help others avoid the pitfalls she faced when thrust into the role of caregiver.
She has worked extensively with parents, agencies, schools, hospitals and students as both a certified advocate and as a consultant.
Appearances on both television and radio as well as contributions to magazines and newspapers have served to further hone her skills.
Esther has had the opportunity to train parents, students, families and professionals with practical advice to help themselves and loved ones.
She also serves as Special Services Director for a local private school.
Esther has been honored many times for her volunteer work within the communities and has been named an Exemplary Worker in the State of New Hampshire. She has also been named to the Board of Directors for the World Schools in Nashua, NH.
Teacher, tutor, advocate, college administrator, editor, writer, caregiver. All describe facets of Joseph Ross. For more than 50 years, he has been involved in working with and advising people of all ages.
“The hardest part of being a caregiver,” he says, “is learning to listen.”
Joe learns by listening to experts, doctors and other professionals.
He has served as an editor for several publications and authors, and has been published nationally. In addition, he has lectured to groups and has written extensively.
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