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    As of 2011, the Baby Boomers have started to turn 65 and will rapidly add to the numbers of North Americans classed as “seniors�

    6 mistakes when caring for aging parents.

    10 Secrets That Aging Parents Keep From Their Children. Things to watch for with aging parents.

    Huffington Post article, "5 Ways To Help Elderly Loved Ones Age Independently" | Caring Tips for Aging in Place: www.caring.com/...

    Dementia & Difficult Behaviors: Help for the Caregiver of Aging Parents

    Some things simply shouldn't be said. 11 Things You Should Never Say To a Caregiver.

    True! And I know I need the reminder, for patience is definitely not my strong point! Reminds me of the quote attributed to George Washington Carver ... "How far you go in life depends on your being tender with the young, compassionate with the aged, sympathetic with the striving, and tolerant of the weak and strong, because someday in life you will have been all of these."

    Caring for those who cared for us...

    9 Self-Care Tips for Caregivers: Taking care of an aging parent or a loved one who needs extra assistance can take a toll on your own health. Here's how to find a realistic balance when caring for others. | via SparkPeople

    What is the funniest thing your aging parent has said to you lately? You just have to laugh sometimes.....

    18 Things Mentally Strong People Do

    Things People With Dementia Say: Common Phrases and How to Reply

    Here are ways to avoid sibling rivalry over caring for your aging parents.

    When Your Aging Parents Need You

    These are some great tips for communicating through Alzheimer's Disease. #Alzheimers #Dementia www.mind-start.com

    I love this beautiful letter about aging, love and the cycles of life. I have found it in many places online, but had a hard time tracking down the origins. Here it is is an easy Pinterest format. ;) Enjoy... and mom... Thank you for everything you did for me... I am humbled and forever grateful.

    #Caregivers do what has to be done #caregiving "Caring is doing what has to be done and not expecting anything in return."

    A sibling’s guide to caring for aging parents: Caring for an aging parent alone is complicated. When your brothers and sisters are also involved, caregiving can become even more complex.

    8 Things Not to Say to Your Aging Parents

    8 Things Your Aging Parents Want You to Know