Finding a senior caregiver isn’t easy. Preparation, budgeting and knowing the right questions to ask are essential to getting it right.
In a recent retirement survey by USA Today, 43 percent of 45- to 65-year-olds anticipate remaining in their current residence throughout their retirement.
How can you finance in-home help for your senior? There are a number of ways to pay a caregiver provided you follow federal and state tax, wage, and labor laws. Often times, families will use a combination of methods to fund home care for their elderly loved one.
To “age in place,” some seniors may need help with basic tasks that have become difficult as they grow older. That means making the right choice with in-home senior care.
This comprehensive guide provides critical guidance to the millions of families that care for a senior parent, relative or friend. However, many of these families also care for their own children while juggling careers and other responsibilities.
By 2020, 54 million people in the U.S. will be over the age of 65; by 2040, that number will top 82 million. We can see the growing demand for senior care is critical in our lives and so it will continue.