Coping with caregiving

by Guest Contributor on February 16, 2010

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

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By: Leslie Young
Chatelaine Magazine, Chatelaine.com 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.

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