As parents age: a psychological and practical guide
Psychotherapist summarizes physical and emotional changes that occur over time and discusses reactions of adult children to their aging parents. Explains how to determine care requirements, adjustments that might allow a person to remain at home in later life, and steps to take if institutionalization is necessary. 1998.
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What Happens as a Person Ages? 1
Coming to Terms with Your Parents Aging
The Impact on the Family
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