The publications in this series are based on research conducted with adult child caregivers and caregiving professionals. The series provides practical insights and strategies for adult children (and other family members or friends) who are concerned about or caring for their aging, ill, or disabled loved ones. Financial caregiving tasks are organized and prioritized for caregivers according to three possible scenarios: when there is time to plan, when you observe that some assistance may be needed, and when there is a crisis. Caregiver resources include step-by-step implementation plans, consumer checklists, worksheets, and locations for finding more information.
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