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  • Why is My Elderly Parent so Negative? Who remembers the song by Jim Croce titled “Photographs and Memories?” That song came out in the early 1970’s, so if you remember it, chances are your parents are now elderly. Think about the family photographs and memories you have from your childhood and beyond when your ... Continue Reading
  • Family Matters: Which Sibling Should Take Care of Parents? Griswold has always placed family at the center of everything we do. With an aging population, it's more common than ever for families to be confronted with a tough decision: As parents age, which sibling should step up to oversee or manage their care? It's a sensitive ... Continue Reading
  • Working Full Time and Caring for Elderly Parent Caring for an elderly parent is a full-time job in itself, so being a caregiver and working full-time seems almost impossible. This is a scary thought considering by 2025, it is expected that over half of the American workforce will be caring for an elderly loved one in ... Continue Reading
  • Moving Elderly Parents to Another State As older adults require more health needs, they may want to consider moving closer to loved ones. But how do you move an elderly person to another state? In this post, we will review what you need to know about moving elderly parents to another state. Reasons for Moving an ... Continue Reading
  • Help at Home: "My Elderly Mother is Consuming My Life" Life isn’t always easy. We are never really prepared for the changes that take place with the passage of time. One of those transitions begins when our parents get older, fragile, and unable to care for themselves. I will always take care of my mom. Caring for my mother will ... Continue Reading
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