Coping with caregiving

by Guest Contributor on February 16, 2010

in Baby Boomers, Caregiving, Geriatric Care Management, In the Media, Work Life Balance


By: Leslie Young
Chatelaine Magazine, October 2006

Millions of Canadian daughters should be prepared to return to the nest to look after an aging parent. In fact, in addition to handling a full-time job and raising children, women in a caregiver role can count on spending twice as many hours a month(29)looking after a family member than men. They’re called the sandwich generation and as baby boomers age, your chance of falling into this group increases.

Read Coping with caregiving

{ 0 comments… add one now }

Leave a Comment

Previous post:

Next post: