There are more than 43 million adults caring for their aging parents and family members in the United States alone. While some are about to enjoy retirement and the freedoms that come with a life well lived, the responsibility of caring for their aging parents is a key issue they unexpectedly face.
- Being able to competently choose a home care worker, assisted living, or nursing home, knowing he pros and cons
- Being able to find just the right words to approach your aging parents with the conversations you need about finances
- Knowing how talk to your aging loved ones about giving up driving when the time comes
- Being able to plan ahead for an aging parent who is running out of money and taking advantage of all benefits available to them
- Understanding how to get past your aging parents’ resistance about getting help, using a successful approach
- Knowing how to best protect your aging loved ones from financial predators
The Family Guide to Aging Parents is the complete guide to help the caregiver understand the issues and be prepared for the realities. Covering everything from legal issues to what to do when your aging parent still wants to drive, The Family Guide to Aging Parents provides clear counsel for giving loving care and enjoying life after retirement.