Coping With Caring for Elderly Parents: Should Aging Parents Move In?

Coping with caring for elderly parents is fraught with many emotionally charged decisions. Caregivers quickly tire of caregiving roles and responsibilities. Adult children often ask the question, “should aging parents move in?” Before making this decision, there are many questions that should be asked. Sharing the questions in this article with family caregivers may help shed light on the all-important and life-changing decision of “should aging parents move in?”

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