Family
Working together as a family to care for an ailing loved one can be challenging. Explore this section for expert guidance on working together to best care for your loved one.
The Urquiza family fits into what's now known as the "40-70 Rule;" if you're in your 40's, you probably have parents in their 70's.
In Depth
Beginning the Talk: Start With Siblings
Beginning the Talk: Start With Siblings
Author Gail Sheehy recommends siblings discuss how to help older loved ones enjoy an independent life before there's ...
From Resentment To Gratitude
From Resentment To Gratitude
Writer Sandra Tsing Loh, eloquently and honestly shares the emotional and financial challenges she encounters caring for an e ...

Facts About Seniors Driving
Facts About Seniors Driving
There are 7,000-10,000 individuals who turn 65 every day. By 2030, every 1 in 5 drivers will be a senior citizen.
Caregiving from a Distance
Caregiving from a Distance
Actress Patricia Richardson tells what happened when she was faced with caring for elderly parents in another state.


Latest Stories
The Growing Crisis of Elder Financial Abuse
The Growing Crisis of Elder Financial Abuse
Learn what precautions, behaviors, and actions can help protect against bec …
When Are You Too Old to Drive?
When Are You Too Old to Drive?
With recent events in the news the concern over older people driving is bac …
Watch Your Turn To Care Nationwide
Watch Your Turn To Care Nationwide
This summer Your Turn To Care began airing nationally, sharing caregiver st …

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MetLife Foundation The Lippey Family Trust Gladyce L. Foster
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