From childhood into early adulthood, our parents were tasked with caring for our physical, emotional, and financial needs. As we matured and grew self-reliant, our parents began to relax their hold on us. We built careers, families, and lives of our own. Now, as adult children, we find ourselves assuming a measure of responsibility for the ones who once cared for us. These changing relationships can be uncomfortable, and our elderly parents may feel we’re overstepping our bounds. Roles and responsibilities often change, and sometimes it doesn’t feel right. We have created a guide for you for this exact reason.
Family & Caregivers
As a loved one ages, it can impact the whole family. If you are looking for resources to help support this journey or wonder how to start a conversation about moving them to a senior living community, we are here to help. Here you will find resources to help you make the best choices for your family.
Talking About Touchy Topics With Your Aging Parents
- Allentown: 610-395-7160
- Bethlehem: 610-865-5580
- Forks of Easton: 484-544-3880
- Frederick: 301-228-2249
- Hershey: 717-533-1880
- Mechanicsburg: 717-975-3434
- Nursing & Rehab Center: 610-844-9003
- South Hills of Pittsburgh: 412-257-4581
- Wyomissing: 610-374-3122
- York South: 717-741-5118
- York West: 717-764-1190