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Elder law: When your parent is far away and you are trying to care for them

October 16, 2020

From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette website

If you are caregiving from a distance (you live here and your parent or other loved one is in another state, a distant city or as close as an hour away), it can be even more daunting than doing it in your home.

And even if you aren’t yet a caregiver, statistics strongly suggest you will be. A recent AARP-National Alliance for Caregiving study estimates almost 42 million U.S. adults are caregivers to recipients age 50 and older. Interestingly enough, only 40% live with the person to whom they are providing care.

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