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Mom or dad moving in? What to know about becoming a caregiver

March 26, 2022

From the CNBC website

After spending decades as your parents’ child, becoming the caregiver for mom or dad can be a jarring role reversal.

Yet for an estimated 42 million Americans, providing care for a parent or other adult relative age 50 or older is a daily reality, according to a recent study from Seniorly that looked at caregiver fatigue in the U.S. amid the pandemic. Some caregivers — those in the so-called Sandwich Generation — feel the squeeze from both sides as they tend to both children and parents.

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