In the United States currently, 30% of Americans is caring for an aging relative, and it is expected that the number will continue to grow significantly as the Baby Boomer generation keeps getting older.
There are numerous factors to take into consideration for home Health Care for elderly relatives or parents. When and how you will be providing care is a conversation you need to have with your elderly parent. However, at its best, being able to manage the role reversal that comes with caring for your aging parent, is very challenging, and that is just one of the numerous situations that must be dealt with by caregivers.
Let’s take a look at what caring for an aging relative or parent is like, and cover some of the strategies that can be used to making the care easier on your family and you.