They’ve been dubbed “The Sandwich Generation” – children who find themselves caring for senior parents and their spouses and children. Here are some pointers they’ve shared that can help you better meet everyone’s needs, including yours.
If you find yourself feeling that it’s easier just to “do it yourself” when it comes to your parent’s daily activities and safety, don’t be too hard on yourself. It shows how much you care. But, you also want to maintain a healthy balance between keeping them safe and having them maintain their dignity.
Now that your loved one has agreed to receive help from a caregiver, you want the find the best caregiving help you can for them. Their caregiver is going to play a prominent role in their life, and yours; not just anyone will do. Here are five tips to help you get the best caregiving help for your loved one.