For the first part of our lives, our parents are caregivers, then advice-givers and then sometime around mid-life, the tables often start to turn. They start asking their adult children for advice or help with things they don’t understand or can’t do anymore for themselves.
As this transition occurs, often the adult children wonder what will happen when their parents can no longer care for themselves. What if they need full-time care? Do they have adequate savings to pay for care and, if not, what are the alternatives?
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