It’s your parents who you relied on and turned to for advice, support, and wisdom when it mattered most. So what happens when the roles are reversed, and it’s your turn to give them advice, offer support and start the conversation to consider options for their care as they get older? It’s probably one of…

caregiving

by Katharine Ross Letting go of autonomy and control isn’t easy for anyone – including senior parents, spouses and loved ones. Trust is the most important component of the caregiving relationship. Without it, the senior can’t communicate their needs comfortably and the caregiver can’t communicate their concerns adequately. Discovering and fully understanding the wishes of…