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Mom Is Not Taking Her Meds

Taking Care of Our Mothers

Many of us have elderly parents and grandparents who we care for. While it may be sending packages or phone calls from across the USA, or stopping by every day at lunch to check on them, we value our elderly mothers and grandmothers. It's no surprise that when we discover that our mother is not taking her medication, we can feel upset or helpless in this situation.

Dad Is Not Taking His Meds

Caring For Our Elderly Parents

Taking care of an elderly parent or grandparent is something that many of us deal with on a frequent basis. As Americans live longer, this is becoming more and more common. Dealing with our parent's care can be very emotional and difficult when problems arise.

What Is A Guardianship?

Protecting Our Loved Ones

It's no secret that as we age, more and more of us are going to require someone else to make decisions for us at some stage of our lives. Our needs will change and we will become more dependent on others for our health and well-being. In fact, many of us are facing this issue now, as our elderly parents and grandparents grow older. Mom or Dad or Grandma may be dealing with an illness, such as Alzheimer's disease, or injury, such as a broken hip, that may require the care or supervision from a trustworthy family member.

When A Parent Needs A Guardian

Parents Can Become Dependents, Too

We are all acquainted with the process of when an orphaned minor needs a guardian until he or she becomes an adult. But what happens at the other end of the age spectrum, when the parents become physically or mentally disabled and need supervision?

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