Home Instead Video Offers Tips for Siblings Caring for Aging Parents

by Kathleen on January 31, 2013

This four minute video offers approaches, strategies, and resources that help siblings and families cope with the demands of caring for aging parents.

By opening discussions early and keeping everyone involved and in the loop, families can avoid conflict and gain cooperation as they make tough decisions or make sacrifices to assure their parents’ are safe and well cared-for.

Have you been through this experience with your siblings? What helped you through?

Kathleen Cleary is a Caregiver Coach and Consultant helping Professional Women find the answers they need to continue living their best life while caring for aging parents. As a Certified Senior Advisor, she offers Seniors and their adult children customized plans of care as well as resources and information to help them navigate the challenges of aging.

Skype: kathleen.cleary12

Kathleen@ThrivingInTheMiddle.com

413.822.1280

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If you are feeling stressed and overwhelmed … or confused and afraid of the journey ahead, I can help! Let’s chat.

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Arleen Bradley January 31, 2013 at 3:56 pm

My husband and I both lost our fathers in 2012. My father in March and father-in-law in July. We and our families had been doing whatever we could for them. But now our attention has shifted to our mothers. They seemed to have aged since they lost their husbands. It has been an eye opening experience. I will be following your posts. Thank you for sharing this!

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