The Cost of Caring – Rotary International

When Stella and Byron bought a home in Chicago years ago, Stella’s mother moved into an upstairs apartment. She was independent, working and socializing outside the home. Her grandchildren visited regularly. But Alzheimer’s disease and a series of strokes gradually stole much of her autonomy, until she was homebound and completely dependent on the family. Stella, an emergency room nurse, spent her after-work hours caring for her mother, and struggled to find competent and committed workers to keep her safe and tend to her needs during the day.

 

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As our generation ages, it is becoming imperative to have good information to make quality care choices for our aging relatives. Here you will find all the information you need to help you make some of those difficult decisions.
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