Talking With Your Elderly Parents About Lifestyle and Money—Part 2

The previous article focused on the physical needs that your aging parents may have and how to deal with those things that your parents are no longer able to do physically, due either from physical infirmity or from a dementia or Alzheimer’s condition.  This article will focus on how to talk with your parents about […]

Talking With Your Elderly Parents About Lifestyle and Money – Part 1

There comes a time in your life when your parents are older and you are watching over them like they may have done for you when you were younger.  You worry about them taking their medicines, about eating right, about falls in their home, and about whether they can live on their own any more […]

Planning for long term care for aging parents

As published in The Beacon News – July 20, 2011 By Denice Gierach In a community such as Aurora where there are 23,635 people between the ages of 35-44 (according to the 2000 U.S. Census) many residents may have aging parents and are thinking about what their mother and father’s future care may require. As […]