Friday, September 28, 2012
Contributed by: Dennis Fortier, President, Medical Care Corporation
An aging population is the macro-driver of the trend toward increased demand for caregiving. Within that trend, it is cognitie impairment, or declining brain health that is really fueling the growth. A such, caregiving is a topic we watch closely in this blog.
As the geographically dispersed, sandwich generation is increasingly called upon to provide care for an aging parent or relative, long-distance caregiving is also gaining prevalence. Performing this role from afar comes with its own set of challenges, and I am pleased to direct today's readers to the an article posted by Medical E-Compare, a marketer of medical insurance products.
The article offer tips for caregiving from a distance and features a set of practical suggestions for those finding themselves in this role, along with links to additional reources.
Posted by Dennis Fortier at 1:58 PM