Sandwich Generation


Hired Hands Homecare Presents: The Sandwich Generation To-Do List

Posted on May 6th, by Mark Winter in Caregivers, Homecare. 1 Comment

Do you have aging parents in need of care? Are you also trying to juggle caring for children and family at home? Then you are part of the sandwich generation – a generation of people, typically in their thirties or forties, who find themselves responsible for bringing up their own children and caring for their aging parents. The “to-do lists” of today’s sandwich generation are packed. Many family caregivers not only work full time, they are also shuttling children to and from school and after-school activities and maintaining a household on top of their caregiving duties. There are solutions to aid caregivers though, and the first step is getting educated on ways to make the situation more manageable.

At the risk of adding more to your plate, consider adding these items to your to-do list to help make caregiving more manageable:

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