Elderly Parents Care Information for Boomers with Aging Parents

Information for Boomers on Elderly Parents Care at your Fingertips.

This site is dedicated to all children who care for their parents. During the past several years we have come to understand the joy and at the same time the very anxious feelings we get that being a “parent to a parent” can really bring.

The day to day decision making as well as all of the details that were not part of your life before that have become yours to work through developing the best care for your parents.

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Why is this Elderly Parents Care Website Here?

We also know that because we are the fortunate ones to provide care for our parents we want to provide that care the best way we can.

The double duty of having two households and children to take care of, in addition to earning a living can be a daunting task.

We finally realized that information was one of the keys to survival (many subjects on elderly parent care can be found on the right hand navigation bar) and that searching for information we did not know existed added to our stress and confusion. It is with this thought in mind that we created this web site.

Our website on elderly care strives to bring to those who care for their parents the information needed to help in day to day life.

This site is dedicated to you, the chosen one.

We write and do research on multiple subjects weekly for relevant information as we know with your responsibilities it is difficult to take the time to do adequate research.

Sometimes it can be more reaction than action with your current situation and care for your elderly parent.

As they say “One less thing…….”

Subjects and Information Covered

Some of the subjects covered for elderly care in the following and future pages include; how to choose the right housing (in home care, independent living, assisted living and nursing home care), anger and resentment, time management (yes, there is such a thing ), communication with parents and siblings, health care, nutrition, exercise, daily care, easy crafts/brain games, individual or group activities, and Medicare Medicaid, are just some of the areas we look into.

Please see the links to the right or below for the pages of interest.

Caregiver Forum and Blog Information

We welcome your visit and would love to hear how we can make this site better for you, the caregiver. On our Caregiver Forums and "What's New" pages (top right corner) that have a listing of blogs, please read about others that are having the same type of experiences and leave a comment or question for other caregivers to answer.

Additionally, our "Contact Us" form is intended to make this site better so please help us and make suggestions as to how we can improve.


Elderly Parents Elder Care Information
Elderly Parents Elder Care Blog will discuss subjects including Nutrition, Exercise, In Home Care, Safety in the Home, Activities, What to Look for in Hiring Help for Mom and Dad.
Caregiver Forums for Discussing Care of Elderly Parents
Our Caregiver Forums offer a place to discuss caring for elderly parents with other caregivers. Participate in discussions on elderly activities, anger and resentment, housing, and more.
Caregiver Products for Elderly Parents
Caregiver products geared toward those providing care to elderly parents. Get info and shop for health and safety products and items to improve quality of life for those in your care.
Hearing Aids and Medicare - What You Need to Know
Millions of seniors need hearing aids and Medicare may or may not cover their needs. Learn about what is covered and what to ask your doctor to ensure your senior parents enjoy adequate hearing.
Medical Alert Products - The Basics of these Life Saving Personal Alarm Systems
Medical alert products take much of the worry out of leaving an elderly parent alone. Learn more about what each of these personal alarm systems has to offer here.
Stair Lifts for the Elderly
What to look for in stair lifts for the elderly when your parents begin having trouble making their way to the upper and lower floors of their residence.
Chair Lifts and Stair Lifts - The Basics
Chair lifts for the elderly are a mechanical accessory available in a variety of designs. Basically, this accessory helps seniors get into or out of chairs more easily
Electric Scooter Basics
Electric Scooter, also known as Mobility Scooter, offer Seniors easier Mobility, Especially in the Event your Parent has suffered a bone or Joint Injury, a Debilitating Illness,
Medical Scooter - The Basics to Know
Medical Scooter or disability scooter offer Individuals with Mobility, Strength or Physical Handicaps an easy, Convenient, (and fun) Independent method of Travel.
Walk in Tub - What to Look For
Walk in Tub for the Elderly or the Handicapped, Safety in Bathing Environments is Essential. These provide added Safety and Security while Standing or Sitting.
Diabetes Supplies and Medicare - What you Need and How to Pay for it.
Diabetes Supplies and Medicare - If you've been Diagnosed with Diabetes, you Know you're Going to need some Supplies. Understanding what costs for supplies are covered by Medicare can make you wiser.
Reading Glasses - The Basics
Reading glasses come in Many Styles, types and Strengths. Half height, full glasses, rimless and those with Thick rims offer a Variety of Styles to Choose From.
Home Health Supplies
A variety of Home Health Supplies are Necessary for the Proper Care of the Elderly in the Home. Such supplies may range from Incontinence products to Diabetic Supplies.
Adult Diapers - About Incontinence Products
Adult Diapers - Over 13,000,000 Men and Women in the U.S. alone are diagnosed with Urinary Incontinence. While more Prevalent in Women than Men, the Condition often affects the Elderly.
Senior Insurance - What Type Does Mom Need?
Senior Insurance finding what type is needed by your Senior isn't easy, and Involves Thorough Research and Understanding of the different Types of Insurance Available
Elderly Drivers and Car Insurance
Elderly Drivers - Many people, including seniors themselves, don't realize the seniors over the age of 75 are among the highest group involved in daytime traffic accidents.
Reverse Mortgages - 5 Things You Shoud Know
Reverse Mortgages have Grown fairly Popular, Especially in a declining Economy. Originally created by the Federal Housing Administration,
Advance Directive - Understanding the Basics
Advance directive may be created several different ways, including merely writing down the wishes of yourself or your parent, and having them signed
Fall Prevention and Elderly Parents for Caregivers
Fall Prevention Options and Elderly Parents for Caregivers
Nutrition for Elderly Parents
Nutrition and Elderly Parents - It is Important for Elderly Parents and Their Quality of Life. Screening Initiatives and Determine can help Assess Elderly Parents.
Meal Delivery Program for Seniors
Meal Delivery for Seniors who live independently at Home and may lack the Desire to cook balanced meals for Themselves, or have the Funds to do so, or Transportation to and from the Supermarket.
Elderly Parents Activities
Elderly Parents Activities to keep mind and body active are key to a healthy lifestyle.
Brain Games - Finding the Right Game for Mom
Brain games engage the brain. Any time the brain is thinking, it's receiving signals between brain cells that develop instructions that cause a person to respond.
In Home Care - What to Look for
In Home Care children of elderly parents or designated caregivers of elderly family members need to carefully assess in homecare options when help is needed in the care of a loved one.
Home Health Care - The Basics
Home Health Care - There may come a time When you Need a Little extra help Taking Care of your Elderly Parent at Home. Sometimes, it's a Matter of Taking a Break or Getting a little Extra
Housing and Elderly Parents
Options in Housing and Elderly Parents - What to Think About Before Talking to Your Elderly Parents about Housing Options Including In Home Care, Independent, Assisted Living, and Nursing Home Care.
Elderly Parents Housing - What to Look for in Long Term Care Options
It's not easy to make a decision to move your elderly parents out of his or her home, into a long term care facility, but being informed and knowing the difference between options can help to relieve
Elderly Parents Services - Where to go for Help.
Elderly Parents Services - Where to go for help as Caregiving is a non-stop job, that requires physical and emotional strength
Railroad Medicare - Understanding the Basics
Railroad Medicare is the name given to individuals receiving benefits from the Railroad Retirement Board or RRB whose benefits are designed for railroad workers and families under Railroad Retirement
Elder Care Services - Options to Consider
Elder Care Services - Caring for an Elderly Parent involves careful Planning, Time Management, Compassion and Patience. In most cases, Primary Caregivers need help from other family members or friends
Elderly Parents Communication is Vital for Caregivers
Communication for Siblings with Elderly Parents is Vital
Senior Activities - Games
Senior Activities - No matter where your senior lives; nursing homes, assisted living facilities, independently living at home or with adult children and their families, seniors need to stay active.
Stress in Elderly Parents and Caregivers
Stress in Elderly Parents and Caregivers can have many sources
Caregivers of Elderly Parents - Dealing with Anger and Resentment
Caregivers of Elderly Parents naturally feel anger and resentment towards siblings and parents when in the elder care role.
Elderly Parents Basic on Medicare and Medicaid
Confused about Medicare and Medicaid for your Elderly Parents? Most Children are Confused with the Array of Choices and Decisions.
Medicare B - Undertanding What the Program Is
Medicare B helps Pay for, at its Most Basic Definition, Physician-Based and other Medical services.
Medicare Part D - Understanding the Program
Medicare Part D was developed as part of the Medicare Prescription Drug, Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003, going into effect in January of 2006.
Medicare Advantage Plans - A Discussion
Medicare Advantage Plans are also called Medicare Part C. This plan includes both Part A, which offers hospitalization Insurance, and Part B, which includes Medical Insurance.
Aging Agency and Elderly Services: What They Do and How They Can Help.
Aging Agency and Elderly Services information regarding services and resources is vital to any caregiver, especially those taking care of aging parents or family members.
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