Role Reversal: Caring for my Aging Parent

HealthCare Matters: Caring for my Aging Parent

Role Reversal DMore than 40 million Americans find themselves caring for an older parent or other family member. It's a time in life when roles reverse and new challenges arise. But you are not alone, and there are services and support for you and the person for whom you care, as hosts Elliot Joseph and Rebecca Stewart detail in this HealthCare Matters podcast.

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Older Adults Staying Home Longer

A University of Michigan study shows that more older Americans are choosing to live at home rather than move to assisted living. They rely on family, friends and paid caregivers to help. 


Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging

The Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging is a resource and assessment center designed to make it easier for seniors, their loved ones and caregivers to access essential information and services to attain the optimal quality of life.

Call 1.877.424.4AGING (1.877.424.4641) to access these and other resources from the Hartford HealthCare Center for Healthy Aging.

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