Posts Tagged ‘Long distance caregiving’

Long-distance caregiving challenges…

July 24th, 2012 No Comments

In a recent article in the online edition of the Huffington Post, writer Diana M. Raab discusses her experiences and challenges of long-distance caregiving for her aging parent. Her still active and independent 82-year-old mother lives 3000 miles away. Her mom, like most of us, want to stay in familiar surroundings as she ages, rather than move closer to her daughter. The National Institute on Aging has estimated that approximately 7 million adults in the U.S. consider themselves long-distance caregivers. Visit our Long Distance Caregiving page for tips on this growing NJ elder care issue.

To read the article from the Huffington Post, go to http://bit.ly/LongDistanceCare.

Are you facing the challenges of long distance caregiving?

March 15th, 2012 1 Comment

Are your parents over an hour away? While it’s not easy to maintain a long distance caregiving routine, it can be done. Help from family, friends, church members, and senior organizations can help with elder care. If your parents need help with shopping, preparing meals, dressing, bathing, or other every day activities, it may be time to consider home care…let us help your parents! Read more about long distance caregiving.