August 24, 2012
Many adult children are finding themselves advocating for a parent or parent(s) during the transition from needing care to end-of-life care. Caring for a parent or loved one at the end of life can come calmly if you’ve planned for it. Going through the process of deciding on the best possible care often leads to added stress and confusion, especially if your family is already in a difficult situation. However, coping with the onset of loss will greatly be relieved by having already had the conversations with family members and the communication was put in place.