As your parents continue to age, you may see a decline in their independence. If they live with you, it may seem like you don’t have time to care for your own children, let alone meet all of your elderly parent’s mental, emotional, and physical needs. Especially when dealing with an alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, being the sole care provider for an aging parent can be taxing. It’s not uncommon for adult children of senior parents to feel overwhelmed, but supplemental care can help you and your family.
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