Caring for your aging parents can seem like a daunting task. It involves understanding and making decisions about services and options that most of us know little about. Currently as many as one in four adults is primarily responsible for caring for their elderly parent and the number is expected to increase in the future. It's important that you begin planning as soon and possible and not put it off like most people do.

To make planning for your aging parents' care more manageable, it may help to break the process up into pieces and tackle them one at a time. Below is an overall guide to help you figure out what you need to plan for, broken into four basic sections: personal preparation, housing preparation, medical preparation and financial preparation.

 

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