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Boomers: Will You Need Care In Your Own Future?

Hello again, from Carolyn and Mikol at AgingParents.com!   Wishing all of you a beautiful season. Here’s a subject that many of us are involved in right now. Millions of us Boomers are caring for an aging parent.  Some take their loved one into their home, and some move to…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
December 29, 2014
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Reducing Holiday Stress For Our Aging Parents

Holiday get togethers with family are notoriously stressful, especially when an aging parent or grandparent has a problem with remembering things.  It may be diagnosed as dementia or not, but you can tell that your aging parent has memory loss problems. When this is happening in your life, there are…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
December 24, 2014
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Would You Immediately Recognize These Elder Abuse Hidden Scams?

Most days at I get a call from an adult child of an elder, asking me about shady dealings over a parent’s finances. Sometimes it’s the niece, grandson, or other family member the caller is worried about. Sometimes it’s the caller’s sibling whose actions are in question. And all the…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
October 3, 2014
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The Worst Excuse For Not Protecting A Vulnerable Parent

 This one shocked me.   Here at AgingParents.com we've been hearing elder abuse tales for a long time, but I was stunned when I heard this. A family of 3 siblings has been worried  about their widowed father, who lives alone in the country. He is very comfortable, but not extremely…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
June 26, 2014
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Does retirement mean we're getting OLD?

Ah, retirement.  Most look forward to a time of enjoyment of life and everyone wants to age successfully in retirement.  Do we ever really consider what it takes to age successfully?  It is a new responsibility that few of us consider in our vision of how we expect to live…
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Where Can LGBT Seniors Age Without Discrimination?

We have some thoughts about emerging solutions to an aging part of our population, the LGBT community.   For the longest time, the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community got little other than negative press and highlighting of controversial issues.  But things are changing.  Millions of people who are retiring include LGBT…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
April 26, 2014
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5 Success Tips In Caring For Difficult Parents

First, we do have to put ourselves first sometimes.  What's best for us, best for our own families and our own peace of mind must be a serious consideration.  Sacrificing our sanity for the sake of caregiving is not the best choice. Delegate and find others to help if having…
Carolyn Rosenblatt
April 22, 2014