If you are an only child, you may be worried about caring for your aging parents alone. But having siblings — one or a few — does not ensure you will have help. The best advice is to prepare early, stay organized, and don’t be afraid to ask for a little help. Caring for Aging Parents Doesn’t … Continue reading If I am an Only Child, How Can I Manage the Care of My Aging Parents?
For Families With a Loved One Who Can No Longer Make Important Decisions by Phyllis Mensh Brostoff, CISW, CMC, Aging Life Care Association™ Member and Fellow of the Leadership Academy There might come a time when someone you love becomes unable to continue making their own decisions. At that point, they need someone to … Continue reading Help! I’m Questioning My Father’s Decision-Making
Take a look at this list of important documents and information that will help your loved ones help you when the time comes. by Debra D. Feldman, MSW, LCSW, CMC, Aging Life Care Association™ Member If something happened to you today, would someone know what medications you take? Who your doctor is? Or where … Continue reading How to Prepare Your Family for Your Aging