How much do caregivers cost—and is there any assistance available to help pay for them?

If you know the options available for care in your community, make a financial plan and take advantage of any available tax breaks, you can lessen that financial impact.

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. . .

So, you think you want to become your parent’s caregiver.

Becoming a caregiver for a parent or other relative can be a rewarding experience. Before you take on the role, however, it’s important to be aware of the challenges that lay ahead.

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. . .

The 7 most common “in-home” caregiving solutions for an aging parent.

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 . . .