It can be hard to face the facts that a parent is in declining mental or physical health — but denial may ultimately worsen the situation. Learn more about how to recognize when you're in denial so that you can move forward with finding your senior loved one the care he or she needs.
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A significant number of young adults already are providing long-term care for older loved ones. While younger caregivers put in fewer hours than their older counterparts, they're more likely to feel stressed out by the experience. They also rely in part on social media for the support they need.
You may be the most logical choice to a power of attorney for a loved one. But, the truth is, not everyone is cut out to be the power of attorney. In fact, there are many reasons that children and others named as POA may need to decline. Learn more: ... See MoreSee Less