Taking care of mom…
It may be one of the hardest things you ever have to do.
Did You Know? 15 million days are missed from work each year because of long distance caregiving according to the Long Distance Caregiver Project of the Alzheimer's Association of Los Angeles. The number of people doing this type of caregiving will double in the next 15 years. read more
Leeza Gibbons taking care of mom... Leeza Gibbon's story about caring for her mother: Visit Leeza's website Take Your Oxygen First at Leeza's Place Dealing With a Loved One's Dementia TODAY Books Leeza Gibbons on the depression she faced while caring for her mother. In her read more
Siblings in Denial About a Parent's Declining Health and Care Needs By Carol Bradley Bursack AgingCare.com Nearly all family caregivers who have siblings have experienced some version of sibling denial in regard to their parents. Whether the denial is the subconscious need to ignore the fact read more
Adapted from the book Under One Roof Again: All Grown Up and (Re)learning to Live Together Happily by Susan Newman, Ph.D. When you return to live with your mother as an adult—or she moves in with you—the issues and comments that set you off years, even decades, ago can become magnified. Age and read more