Are You a Helicopter Child to Your Parent?

caring for parents, caregiving

Navigating the fine line between knowing when to help and overstepping When psychologist Barry Jacobs saw that his aging mother’s mental faculties were weakening and confronted her about it, the two of them began to argue. Despite being an expert on aging, Jacobs, a Springfield, Pa.-based clinical psychologist, author of The Emotional Survival Guide for Caregivers:  […]

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Home Care Facts

home care

HOME CARE -Care in the home is the most preferred, comfortable and economical way to receive care. When people are at home, they are in control and able to maintain a level of dignity not found in other care options. Even with advances in technology that enable high quality care, the opportunity to be cared […]

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