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.



Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging Caregiver Toolbox for Independent Living

Barbara McVicker’s Resources Page

Ohio Department of Aging Resources



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  • Kurt

    Our economic system isn’t working for the vast majority to provide for these elder care issues. Adult children have been scattered across the nation to access employment and can’t afford to be “home” for care coordination etc.

    Beyond the practical advice on day to day issues for individuals and their families we as a society need to plan for ALL of us.Your thoughts?