The Care and Keeping of Parents
Getting old is not for sissies. Approximately 8,000 Americans turn 65 every day, and by 2025, over 73 million will be Medicare recipients. As the nation grays, the question of caring for the elderly has taken center stage. This hour, we’ll learn how children of older adults can keep their sanity, and some of their money while caring for mom and dad.
- Barbara McVicker, elder care expert, author of Before Things Fall Apart
- Patty Callahan, Caregiver Advocate for the National Family Caregiver Support Program of the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging
- Bill Browning, elder care attorney at Browning, Meyer & Ball Co., LPA