Aging – it happens to each and every one of us. As we grew into adults, we were surrounded by loved ones who took care of our needs, supported us and nurtured us as we matured. For many of us, those roles have now reversed and we are now tasked with the job of caring for our aging loved ones.
Just as caring for our children is a difficult, but rewarding, task, taking the responsibility for caring for an aging adult can be just as difficult. Caregivers often need assistance with issues and questions, or just want a sympathetic ear. Sometimes, these resources can be hard to find.
The AARP has a wealth of resources for those who are caring for aging parents, grandparents and other important people in their lives. You can visit their Caregiving Resource Center to find articles, forums, tools and expert advice.
Whether you are currently a caregiver or just want to educate yourself for the future, join us for an important discussion about caregiving resources at the…
When: Thursday, August 16th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. ET
Where: #CareSupport hashtag on Twitter
Amy Goyer – Known for her expertise on multigenerational and grandparenting issues, Amy Goyer is the AARP’s family, parenting, and grandparenting expert.