Category Archives: Elder Care

Aging Parents: 4 Important Legal Documents

Delaying preparation to deal with the illness, disability, incapacitation or death of a parent is understandable.  It is something most of us would rather not consider.  However, you can save yourself a tremendous amount of time, energy and perhaps money … Continue reading

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Protect Yourself From Caregiver Burnout

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, an estimated 45 million Americans now care for an aging parent or relative.  If you are one of the millions of Americans who have assumed the role of caregiver to an older, ill or … Continue reading

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Fifty-Five Percent Of Caregivers Feel Overwhelmed

Millions of Americans provide care for aging or chronically ill family members at home, but according to the American Psychological Association’s Stress in America survey, caregivers are among the most-highly stressed Americans.  Fifty-five percent of caregivers say they feel overwhelmed … Continue reading

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Aging Parents: 4 Important Legal Documents

Delaying preparation to deal with the illness, disability, incapacitation or death of a parent is understandable.  It is something most of us would rather not consider.  However, you can help ensure that your parent’s wishes are fulfilled and they receive … Continue reading

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How To Help Your Aging Parents

Approximately 10 million Americans now care for their aging parents, according to the latest research.  Are you prepared to handle the difficult issues that can arise when faced with caring for an aging parent?  The following guidelines can help ensure … Continue reading

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