Whose job is it to care for an aging parent?
I was my parents’ principal caregiver for ten years. I have first-hand experience in helping aging parents, dealing with family dynamics, protecting parents from elder abuse and working with public and private organizations.
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An important note: I love answering your questions, but I also encourage you to seek professional legal, financial, or medical assistance.
We all deal with grief in our own ways and on our own time schedules.
Work with your parents to create a plan that maintains their dignity and independence of safely living in their own home, wherever home may be.
Keep up the battle to get your parents to meet with a lawyer. You will all be thankful and have greater peace of mind.
It is very common for siblings to see care issues differently.
Be Brave, flexible and loving.
Things are changing in our home and not for the better.
Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall, all you have to do is call, and I’ll be there.
Getting in-home help may be a “hit and miss” situation at times.
Mom’s assisted living home is costing a lot and my sister wants to move her to save money.