Aging in place hits the demographic bubble

Although the trend toward keeping our parents and loved ones living in their homes is a growing and welcome one, it is hitting a few roadblocks in communities across the country. An article in the Wall Street Journal explored the trend last fall noting that the support for many seniors continuing to live at home[…]

NIH guide a great resource in managing caregivers and aging parents

Not being in the same city as your parents can feel frustrating for the adult children. They care for their aging parents, love them and yet the distance can make them feel that they’re not doing all they can for them. Such is the conundrum of the long-distance caregiver. The National Institute on Aging refers[…]