The Sandwich Generation is people, typically in their thirties or forties, responsible for both bringing up their own children and for the care of their aging parents. Carol Abbaya, aging and elder care expert, further segments this audience into the Traditional Sandwich Generation, the Club Sandwich Generation (older adults in their 50s and 60s wedged between aging parents, adult children and possibly grandchildren) and the Open Faced Sandwich Generation (anyone who is non-professionally involved in elder care).
Regardless of where you may fall, becoming part of this population can affect your personal time, your relationships, your career development, your financial status and your health and well-being. You can feel overwhelmed, out of control and powerless as you struggle to best help your loved ones.
Learn what is involved in being part of this generation, and how to feel more empowered and better equipped to deal with whatever the future may hold.
Sponsored by Arbor Terrace Shrewsbury, and presented by Gary Garland, Esq., Certified Elder Law Attorney.
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