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Caregiver Burnout – What Caregivers Need To Know

The number of Americans over 65 is expected to double by 2040. This is alarming because our infrastructure isn’t built to facilitate the growing number of seniors. This means, an increase of seniors will rely more heavily on care from their spouses and adult children. Regardless of how much you care for someone, providing round-the-clock […]

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Helping Your Parents Plan to Age in Place – 5 Questions You Should Ask
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There is a good chance your parents want to spend their golden years at home. Three out of four adults prefer to age in place and stay in their current community. But are they prepared for successful independent living? If you haven’t had a conversation with your loved one about what it takes to safely […]

Elder Care Planning for Aging Parents

According to AARP, more than half of aging adults turning 65 years old will require long-term support and services (LTSS) in their lifetime. Yet, long-term care and other elder care issues are often overlooked for many families. You may have avoided asking your parents questions about how an unforeseen illness would be managed or who […]

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