It’s Time to Talk – Tips to Unite on Mom and Dad’s Care from the Beginning

Simmering childhood rivalries. Pain and fear over imminent death of a parent. Speculation about inheritance, and suspicion of other siblings can all cloud the first meeting about mom and dad’s senior care options. Get out ahead of any potential family strife when you handle the conversation delicately. Prepare for the Call If you are the one to broach […]

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One-Fifth of Today’s Baby Boomers on Track to Become “Elder Orphans”

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As senior care professionals, every day, we see how efforts made by an adult child, sibling or spouse cheers and reassures an aging senior. Even the phone calls of faraway family members go a long way in determining care, making household decisions and keeping loneliness at bay. Given the blessing of family connections, it’s tough […]

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