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Storytelling: A Way For Adult Siblings To Cope With Parent Care

Adult siblings frequently work together to manage parental care, and many encounter additional stress and complications because of this new partnership.

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Learn How to Plan Support, Care For Yourself And Your Parents

The holidays are a time for family gatherings, and it’s a good bet that at many of them, a couple of the adult “kids” huddled together and asked, “Do you think it’s time for mom and dad to live somewhere else?”

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Financial concerns: How to help your parents protect their money

Our financial decision-making abilities peak in our 50s and can decline pretty rapidly after age 70, researchers tell us.

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How to talk to aging parents about the future

Parents care for and guide children into adulthood. But as parents age, sometimes the roles are reversed.

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Grandparenting: When the grandchildren come to stay

Parked in the hallway is a big, cardboard firetruck. A village sprawls on a long coffee table in the living room. Beneath it are children’s books. Police cars, ambulances and more fire trucks are piled in a corner.

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Adults with longer-lived parents may have healthier old age

It’s already well known that having long-lived parents is associated with a lower risk for clogged arteries in the heart, and longer survival.

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