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Challenges of Communication Between Older Adults - Professional Caregiver Recorded Webinar

Presenters Dr. Amy D'Aprix, Executive Director of the DAI Foundation, and Mary Alexander, Director of Strategic Alliances with Home Instead Senior Care, discuss the challenges of communication between older adults and their children.

Technology Helps Reduce Senior Depression, Keeps Families Connected

Seniors are sometimes fearful of the latest technology. But Internet services like Skype and email can keep them connected to family and friends, which could lift their spirits and help prevent loneliness and depression.

Download the The 50-50 Rule® Brochure

This guide is designed to help adult siblings and their aging parents deal with those sensitive situations that arise among brothers and sisters as their parents age and need assistance. The guide covers a variety of sibling caregiving topics such as: How do you divide workload with your sister? What's the best way to build teamwork with your brothers? How can you reach agreement as a family on important topics to avoid family conflict?

Too Close for Comfort?

The growing trend of children caring for their elderly parents has prompted Home Instead SeniorCare® to launch Too Close for Comfort SM a public education campaign to guide families to the right choices for them. These pages and the resources they contain will help adult children and their senior loved ones answer the question: Should we or shouldn't we live together?

Your Place or Mine?

Are you contemplating moving several generations under one roof? If you're already living the intergenerational life, perhaps your family has encountered a few challenges. Regardless of the situation, you or your senior loved ones probably have many questions. What do you need to ask?

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