The Sandwich Generation: Caring for Kids and Parents
Balancing Elder Care With Other Relationships

Should You Convince Your Aging Parents to Move Closer to You?

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As a columnist for a newspaper on the High Plains, I often have readers write me that they are begging their parents to “come back home.” Upon retirement, many people like to leave the cold winters behind, because warmer climates tend to be much easier on aging bodies. They either relocate permanently or summer up north and then head south for the snowy months.

Read the full article on Agingcare to learn more about the pros and cons of moving your snowbird parents "back home":

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