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Aging in Place as a Family

  • Living with Elderly Parents: What to Consider Living with your elderly parents can seem like a great idea. Living together means there is no need to pay rent or a mortgage on two different houses. If your elderly parents are young and healthy, they can become “built-in” babysitters, leaving you free for a date night and ... Continue Reading
  • What to do When an Elderly Parent Can't Walk Anymore Fears of your elderly parent falling can cause you a lot of distress, especially if they live alone. We know there are accessibility options such as wheelchair assistance for parents but what do you do when your loved one refuses to use them? And how can you make their home ... Continue Reading
  • How to Get Power of Attorney for Elderly Parents Uncertainty is an inevitable part of life. As our parents age, there may come a time when they need help handling their affairs or making decisions. Setting up a power of attorney is the best way to assure their wishes and intentions are understood and carried out. Here are ... Continue Reading
  • FMLA to Care for Elderly Parents? As our parents and loved ones grow older, they often need more care. This could mean more care than you can provide in the evenings and weekends when you are not working. If this is the case, but you aren’t ready to look into nursing home facilities or bringing outside help ... Continue Reading
  • House Plans for Seniors to Remain in Their Homes Aging in place is defined by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as the ability to live in one’s own home and community safely, independently, and comfortably, regardless of advancing age, income, or ability. But how can we assure we will be able to make this ... Continue Reading
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