|About the Book|
Sandi created the Lifetime Medical Organizer for the love of her family during a medical crisis with her father. As she created organizers for others, she realized the value it provided beyond her familys needs. This value is what Sandi emphasizesMoreSandi created the Lifetime Medical Organizer for the love of her family during a medical crisis with her father. As she created organizers for others, she realized the value it provided beyond her familys needs. This value is what Sandi emphasizes in the Lifetime Medical Organizer as she shares her story of how the organizer came to life and her step-by-step guide with helping others to establish their own organizer. Creating an organizer without instructions is like baking a cake without directions. It is difficult to record and organize important information, in the same way it is to mix ingredients, if you do not know how to begin. The Lifetime Medical Organizer includes narrative pages for every form included in the book to walk you through the steps that are easy to follow and simple to understand. While writing this book, Sandi focused on how she could help you and those closest to you, to better manage the process that many are unprepared to deal with until it is too late. Whether you create an organizer for yourself, or a loved one, it will provide you with greater peace of mind in knowing that you are better prepared to help those you love. In helping others, we shall help ourselves, for whatever good we give out completes the circle and comes back to us. -Flora Edwards The Lifetime Medical Organizer offers two valuable product attributes for families coping with medical concerns and/or crisis. Using a convenient organizational SYSTEM for recording vital information, the book provides a series of easy-to-use forms to document everything from prescription usage to email addresses. Beyond the organizational value of the book, Sandras compelling STORY provides tremendous insight for families. Doctors, lawyers, and accountants can preach all they want about the importance of planning - but their messages are not as powerful as the heartfelt words of someone who stood in the fire. People cling to the hope that their loved ones will defy all odds. In a firm but supportive tone, Sandras personal story drives home the point that hope often is not enough when dealing with a medical situation. This sincere story adds important context not found with competing products. I enjoyed the book very much and believe it has terrific value for families. Ruby Rouse, Ph.D., Director of Acquisitions and Marketing, Daniels Investments, Texas.