Why Family Members Don’t Always Make the Best Caregivers
Finding the right caregiver for an elderly parent or loved one can be overwhelming. Often, a spouse, adult child, or close family friend will step up to do the job and this can seem like the perfect solution. Unfortunately, this is not always the case because when caring for a relative or close family friend, remaining objective often proves difficult.
If you are contemplating caring for an aging parent or loved one, there are several things to consider before you commit.
Moving an elderly parent into your home may seem like the perfect arrangement but that is not always the case.
Think you are helping your aging parents by taking control of their lives? Think again.