Four Things You Should Never Say to Your Aging Parents

  No one likes to think about it, much less talk about it. But at some point, your loved one may not be able to do the things he or she once did, such as driving, taking care of money or even managing a household. That can be a difficult…

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Caring for a Loved One As a family caregiver, you may find yourself facing a host of new responsibilities, many of which are unfamiliar or intimidating. At times, you may feel overwhelmed and alone. But despite its challenges, caregiving can also be rewarding. And there are a lot of things…

Caring for Aging Parents

  Caring for an aging parent is a responsibility few people ever expect or envision. We avoid thinking about our parents falling ill or growing weak. We don’t feel equipped to handle the welfare of those who raised us. Confusion, sadness, helplessness jar us during this unsettling transition. As baby…

Eight Ways to Help Your Aging Parents

  As they age, our parents might need more help. But you might not know exactly how to lend a hand or even where to start. Plus, what do you do if your parents balk at your attempts to assist them? While every situation is unique, here are some suggestions…

How-To: Discussing Home Care Options With An Aging Parent

Sometimes after visiting or talking to a parent, many adult children find themselves wondering if their mom or dad might benefit from having some help around the house. Whether it is the result of the sudden death of a spouse, recovering from illness or surgery or simply from advanced aging,┬áhome…

Macomb, MI – Caregiving Guide

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How To Deal With Your Aging Parents – A Caring Guide Your parents are getting older. It’s inescapable, and brings with it some questions and concerns for the future. If the only question that springs to mind is “When will I have to put them in a nursing home?” you…

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Helping Your Aging Parents Accept Home Care Help It is no surprise that, if given the choice, most of our aging parents would choose to stay at home (referred to as aging in place). Many seniors successfully age in place because their adult children and caretakers are able to provide…

Caregivers for the Elderly in West Bloomfield Township, MI

Dealing with Aging Parents During the last century the number of Americans living beyond age 65 has doubled. This astounding increase in seniors is starting to put a strain on some baby-boomers. Today more than ever middle aged Americans are facing the task of caring for elderly parents. The baby-boomers…

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Elderly Parents Can Help Build Positive Relationships What do elderly parents owe their children? What can they do to improve relationships with adult children as health declines and they need more assistance? If you are an aging parent: Learn about the developmental changes of middle age and the problems that…