Caregiving with Siblings - Part 2: Four Tips to Gain the Support of Siblings

In Caregiving with Siblings – Part 1 of this two-part series on adult siblings jointly providing care to aging parents, we followed the story of Christine, age 56, who was overwhelmed as the primary caregiver for her aging mother. Her brother resides out-of-town and her sister is neglecting her share of the caregiving load. According [...]

Day 6: Caregiving from Afar

November 6, 2011

By Sean Coffey

A study earlier this year focused on the issues of caregiving from a distance for adult children whose parents were diagnosed with cancer. In an interview with one of the authors (scroll down to May 2011), Polly Mazane, PhD, ACNP, AOCN, she explained that there is a joke about adult [...]