During a family conference, choose who will be the primary caregiver, and what function each member of the family will play in helping care for the aging parent. Everyone in the family, together with teenage relatives and younger children, can help care for Grandma or Grandpa by making regular visits, calling on the telephone to chit chat, support with household chores, preparing nourishing meals, running errands, shopping for groceries, doing the laundry, supervise medicine, trips to the doctor and so on.
Relatives that live additional away can also contribute to the care of the aging parent by assembly regular phone calls, sending cards and letters, attaching recent photos or sending scrapbook collections of fun and happy times for the parent to enjoy. They be able to also make weekend trips to stay as often as probable. Dealing with elderly parents, and the numerous problems that often arise, should not be left entirely to the primary caregiver simply because they are living closer to the parent.Here a link care of our Elder Parents
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