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How to Care for Aging Parents from a Distance

May 13, 2017

From the U.S. News & World Report website

For many years, Andrea Rotondo’s parents took care of each other. Her father, who had used a wheelchair since 1987 because of bad knees from his military service, organized the household. For a while, he covered up the fact that his wife was slipping into dementia.

But once he suffered a serious health crisis that landed him in the hospital and in rehab for months, Rotondo and her two siblings realized that their parents could no longer take care of themselves.

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