Parent Care


When Care Roles Are Reversed: What You Need to Know to Provide a Parent Care

Posted on December 27th, by Mark Winter in Aging, Benefits of Home Care, Health. No Comments

Mom and Dad have always been there, from your first breath to your first step to your first date, and have remained your biggest cheerleaders well into adulthood. But lately, there’s been a subtle shift in the relationship, as they begin to have more needs themselves due to the effects of aging. Of course you want to be there for them; and you’re far from alone.

National studies report that a little over one out of every four households (29 percent) is involved in providing care for a chronically ill, disabled or aged family member or friend. Since the population of people over 65 years is expected to increase at a 2.3 percent rate, the need for parent care solutions increases each year.

Providing home care for a parent, as fulfilling as it certainly can be, can result in a major upheaval … Read More »






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