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Aging Parents and Elder Care


Caring for aging parents and other elderly seniors


Caring for an aging parent, elderly spouse, domestic partner or close friend presents difficult challenges especially when a crisis hits and you are suddenly faced with the responsibilities of elder care. Perhaps your aging mother has fallen, is hospitalized with a broken hip and needs to go to a rehab facility or nursing home to recover.

Caregiving can also begin as a result of a series of unsettling mishaps and warning signs that indicate a need for long term senior care. Perhaps your elderly spouse has wandered off and gotten lost several times. Or a long-time friend has lost a lot of weight and rarely leaves home.

You may be the only person to step in and become the caregiver, or you may be the linchpin of a network of family members and friends willing to help care for your elderly senior. Whatever the situation, you are not sure of the next step, or even the first step.

Advanced Elder Care

Whether you are in the middle of a crisis and decisions have to be made quickly,

Or planning ahead for an elderly loved one because of unsettling warning signs, Aging Parents and Elder Care can help you find the answers you need.

HelpWithElders.com offers 2 excellent audio podcasts to help you plan ahead, Talking with Your Parents and That Crisis Phone Call.

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Welcome To AgingParents.com from Carolyn & Dr. Mikol on Vimeo.

DO YOU WORRY THAT:

  • They left the stove on after cooking?
  • They fell down and can't get up or get to a phone for help?
  • They are taking the wrong medication or not taking their medications at all?
  • They aren't receiving the proper nutrition to provide optimal health?
  • They are unable to do all the housework and therefore living in unsanitary conditions?
  • They are lonely and lack companionship?
Story for Children about Alzheimer's Disease

ARE YOU:

  • The family member or friend of an elder who has become more dependent on your help?
  • Finding it difficult to keep them at home while dealing with complex conditions such as Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, or immobility?
  • Noticing that your elder is increasingly unable to take care of their personal needs?
  • Confused about what you should do to help your elder?

Help With Elders .com


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