Caring for an Aging Parent
Sheryl Garrett, Ellen Schneid Coleman
Dearborn Trade Publ., Jan 1, 2006 - Business & Economics - 159 pages
Caring for an aging parent can be an overwhelming financial burden, especially if that parent becomes completely incapacitated. Yet many people don’t anticipate elder care-until a decisive incident triggers the need for action. Caring for an Aging Parent helps readers develop a plan and set priorities. Covering all the bases, this guide gives readers sensible information they need to know-from choosing housing options and paying for a nursing home, to knowing what to expect from Medicaid and Social Security.
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