Caring for Aging Parents
Caring For Our Aging Parents
Siblings Unite! This agreement invites your family members to participate in the care of your elderly parents. It encourages the fair division of responsibilities, giving each of you valuable time with your loved one(s). It also addresses primary-caregiver support. With this agreement in hand, what might otherwise have seemed a burden can become memorable moments for your family.
This is one of 17 agreements from the guidebook Better Than A Handshake: The Printed Promise. Along with this fillable pdf, you will receive the introductory chapter, which includes real life stories, instructions and advice for achieving your goals.
The agreement includes:
- Sample Invitation to discuss and fill in this agreement.
- Printed promises (your commitments)
- Smart questions that prompt actions and anticipate outcomes
- Ability to customize to your specific situation
- Downloadable, easy to use, fillable PDF
- Additional support material, i.e., schedules and attachments
- Agreement download emailed to you directly upon purchase
- Professional, yet friendly, design
- Electronic signature ready
Sisters Liz and Deborah discuss how they used this agreement to care for their late mother.
Forty-one percent of the [71 million] baby boomers who have a living parent are helping care for them — with personal aid, financial help or both — according to a USA TODAY/ABC News/Gallup Poll
(T)he prevalence of caregiving has risen from 16.6 percent in 2015 to 19.2 percent in 2020—an increase of over 8 million adults ... primarily driven by a significant increase in the prevalence of caring for a family member ... age 50 or older.
The National Alliance for Caregiving (NAC) and AARP are proud to present Caregiving in the U.S. 2020.
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