Long Distance Loved Ones
Common of today’s Sandwich Generation, you may find yourself having a full-time career, caring for your aging parents or grandparents, while at the same time, raising young children of your own. While you would like to support your elderly loved ones and be involved in their health care decisions, you can easily find yourself overwhelmed and pulled in too many directions.
These challenges are only intensified with distance. Whether you live 50 miles or even 500 miles away, caring for your long distance loved ones can be disruptive and demanding of your precious time, particularly if they have complex health needs or chronic medical conditions.