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Squeezed – As you Care for Kids & Aging Parents

September can arrive with a force. Suddenly the kids’ school activities, coupled with work responsibilities, become overwhelming. Add caring for an aging parent to the list and the squeeze tightens! Enter the Sandwich Generation. Caring for aging parents demands attention, time, and resources. Combine this with a career and raising kids and you have the perfect storm. Why is our society so squeezed? The answers: Older Americans are in a [...]

By |2020-02-28T02:24:43+00:00September 3rd, 2019|Caregiving|Comments Off on Squeezed – As you Care for Kids & Aging Parents

Holidays: A Great Time for Family Meetings

Holidays are about families coming together in celebration. This time of year offers an opportunity to hold a family meeting to address the needs of aging parents. Bringing the family support network together is a crucial step in planning for the aging process or addressing immediate concerns. Just as you dedicate time and energy to planning holiday gatherings, you can apply similar efforts for family meetings. Here are family meeting [...]

By |2020-02-28T02:28:07+00:00December 10th, 2018|Caregiving|Comments Off on Holidays: A Great Time for Family Meetings

Role Reversal – Why & When Children Become the Caretakers

It is inevitable that a transfer of decision making from parent to child will occur at some point in a parent’s life. So, what will this look like? It can be messy with hurt feelings, lost money, and inadequate care. Or, it can be wonderful with enriched relationships, gratitude, and peace of mind for all. The messy situations occur when people avoid the necessary conversations. This costly mistake has monetary [...]

By |2020-02-28T02:27:43+00:00July 19th, 2018|Caregiving|Comments Off on Role Reversal – Why & When Children Become the Caretakers
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