As a caregiver for a parent, you may encounter a number of financial challenges as you journey along the gray mile. By addressing them early, you can better prepare for their future and your own, as well . . .
Non-medical home care and home health care can both come into your home for caregiving. Each, however, offers different services. Do you know what they are?
Family responsibilities may have made you the caregiver for another family member. But those same responsibilities can cause “caregiver burnout ” along the gray mile, as well. . .
Under the best of circumstances, becoming a caregiver for your parents will be difficult. Dealing with the personalities involved doesn’t make it any easier.
While any tax breaks that are applicable in your own situation may not make they journey any easier, they just could help to pay for some of the travel expenses along the way.
Paying for home care out-of-pocket can be pricey. However, as you travel down the gray mile, there are a number of options available to help pay for those costs. . .
It’s a fact that some 70% of seniors in our country are receiving long-term care by loving, caring family members just like you. . .
Have you ever thought about becoming a caregiver for one or more of your parents? Perhaps even leaving your current job to take just “a short time off” to care for them before eventually returning to the workforce? Well, know that you’re not alone. . .
I have relatives who can afford in-home caregivers as they “age in place.” I’ve also helped place other close relatives in both assisted living and nursing homes. And I’ve assisted thousands of seniors (along with hundreds of caregivers) make a move . . .