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Caring for Elderly Parents SOS: Family Therapy

Posted on February 16th, by Mark Winter in Caregiver Support Tip, Caregivers, Family Caregivers. No Comments

With a serious look on her face, the teen girl looks at her grandmother during group therapy.

There are specific milestones we may encounter in our lives that, while not fundamentally negative, are known stressors. Losing a job. Starting a brand new job. Getting married. Getting divorced. And one that individuals in the home care industry are especially mindful of: the mental and physical impact on family members who are caring for elderly parents. 

A number of conflicting emotions crop up for those in the role of family caregiver, and these can be magnified when trying to share duties with siblings or other family members. There are past resentments and hurts which might surface, clashes related to decision-making, in addition to the stress when trying to navigate what feels like a role reversal with a parent who once … Read More »






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