Caregivers

Juggling Elder Care and a Full-Time Job

Caring for your Parents while Holding your Job Taking care of an aging parent or loved one, while holding down a full-time job, can make it feel like you are working around the clock. With the added stress, minimal sleep and twice the amount of responsibility, you may be left feeling exhausted.    According to the Family Caregiver Alliance,  as many as 42 percent of employed Americans have provided eldercare to a parent or senior family member in the last five years.  The average age of these elder caregivers is 49, which also happens to be a peak time for earnings [...]

By |2019-08-20T07:30:13+00:00June 20th, 2019|Caregivers|0 Comments

Does the Summer have you feeling Sandwiched and Stressed?

Caring for Children and Aging Parents Taking care of the little ones can be stressful enough, but adding an aging parent to the mix can be downright exhausting.  Your aging parent may have medical needs such as Alzheimer’s disease or physical limitations, which can add another level of stress.  It certainly does not get any easier when the kids are home for summer break and everyone’s routine is a little off. The Sandwich Generation People taking care of both their children and their parents make up what is known as “the sandwich generation.”  According to The Pew Research Center, the [...]

By |2019-08-20T07:08:33+00:00June 6th, 2019|Caregivers|0 Comments