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Doug Hatlelid:

I’m not surprised at the finding that many younger people help with grandparents. When more people are able to help, it makes it easier for the family to manage. My mother-in-law, who needs a fair amount of assistance, lives with us, and our children help out regularly, usually so we can manage a weekend away.

Monday, July 30 at 4:48 pm | Reply

ElderCareExpert:

In addition to absenteeism, there is a great concern about presenteeism. Being physically at work but worried and preoccupied with something else, such as why there was no answer at your mother’s house this morning. Elder Care as part of your EAP program can make the difference to your employees. Find out what is available.

Tuesday, July 31 at 11:09 am | Reply

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