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August 25, 2011

Elder care: Going it alone can be a recipe for burnout

For members of the so-called sandwich generation, fitting the needs of aging parents into an already busy life can be a recipe for severe indigestion.

Determining whether an elderly person can stay in their residence or needs more intensive care, finding an appropriate care home, dealing with health and financial issues – it’s time-consuming and draining.

Throw a move into the mix and it can become overwhelming.

via Elder care: Going it alone can be a recipe for burnout.

posted to Elder Care/Family Decision Making,Mediation @ 11:11 am

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