Caring for Your Parents: What You Need to Know in 2016

It’s the role reversal neither side wants. As your parents cared for you while you grew up, now you must look after them as they decline with age. If you – and they – are lucky, your parents will remain in good health and lead active lives well into their golden years. If you’re not lucky, your parents will suffer physical and/or mental infirmities requiring extensive care giving.

People are living longer, and there’s a downside to that. Old age can last a very long time. The type of care necessary at 75 differs from that of people . . .

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