Start by prioritizing problems, taking it slow and accepting your limits when it comes to helping a loved one age well. Your mother resists in-home helpers, insisting you can wait on her. Your frail father won't stop driving. Your aunt denies the need for a personal care aide, in... more
Multi-generational households are on the rise in the U.S. Learn how families are addressing the change in home dynamics. The decision to move a parent into your household can follow a crisis. Maybe mom had a stroke and you've got the biggest house. Or a move can follow... more
If it takes a village to raise a child, it can take a small army to care for an aging loved one. Think of all the roles you juggle: personal shopper, housekeeper, chauffeur, legal advisor, accountant, crisis manager and social worker. Plus, you may be a plane ride away. "Caregiving... more
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