Aging Parents and You
Master Media Publishing Corporation, 1993 - Family & Relationships - 298 pages
As we race toward the year 2000, life expectancy is approaching 80 rather than the 50 of the turn of this century. Although our parents are living longer, family support for the elderly has changed dramatically. Aging Parents and You, completely updated, offers information and tools to help grown children and their parents stay healthy and independent for as long as possible.
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Adult ChildrenWho Are We? l
Understanding Our Parents
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