Welcome to boomers-with-elderly-parents.com a site dedicated to you the chosen one for elder care of your parents. New information will be forthcoming on a regular basis that is designed to help you, the caregiver cope with the little things that may seem so frustrating.
Why do Most people find it so hard to tell their parents this is how it needs to be! Is it because your scared they won't leave you a penny? Is it because
I am a long time caregiver for elderly and mentally ill adults and yes we are not paid fairly and treated like dirt by the person we care give for...their
I am not sure how I have ended up with having to take full responsibility for my father. My brother is doing anything. I have a unhealthy amount of resentment.
My dad, aged 79 moved in with me and my husband a few months ago. He has later stage Alzheimer's and is a terror. He wasn't the greatest dad, even worse
My In Laws live with me. They act like they live in a barn. Treat me with no respect. Talk over me, a disrupts my conversation. Mostly the Mother In Law.
I am 26 years old. I am full of zest and love to live my life to the fullest. I have everything going for me, great job, wonderful boyfriend, friends,
The doctor suggests for regular exercise to elders, but what happens when your elder's body is feeling just that little bit tired, their medication makes
My mom is 93 and lives alone 1 hour away from me. My dad died 40 yrs ago. I have a brother who lives 4 hours away so he is not of much help. He has offered
My father died in 2012, leaving my 76 year old mother a widow after 55 years. She has no real friends and makes no effort to change. She suffers from chronic
My 91 one year old father told me I was suffocating him with my caregiving. He has poor vision in only one eye and blind in the other, deaf without his