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  • Holidays and the Gift of Caregiving

    Today, nearly thirty-two percent of adult children[1] are living out of state from their parents. Career opportunities, spousal relocation, even military duties can prompt grown children to relocate often great distances away. This makes the holiday season even more precious and special when families are reunited to celebrate the past years accomplishments and make plans for the upcoming year. But what happens when after traveling, in many cases, thousands of miles you come home to find your parents and grandparents not doing as well as you’d believed? The blessing of technology is we can be in constant communication with our loved ones. The disadvantage is the often we can be shielded from a family member’s declining health or mental faculty, usually due to their not wanting to worry us.

    Making the decision to seek out professional

    Dec 12, 2018