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Your parents have lived in the same house for decades. They have invested time and money, not to mention the memories in making it their own, and want to live out their lives there. As time goes by, adjustments are made in the home to accommodate their physical challenges but now those accommodations are no longer sufficient to meet their level of care. They can manage for now but they are realizing that now may be the time to think about other living options. There are however many types of long term care options that are available. Read More ›
The reversal of roles in the parent-child relationship, from the parent being the provider to the parent being dependent on his or her child, is a change that can be difficult for both. This is made even more difficult when it becomes apparent that the parent(s) can no longer live on their own, and now need around the clock care. Read More ›
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