How to Help Arguing Siblings Care for an Elderly Parent
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As Baby Boomers become retirement age and our elderly are living longer, more pressure is put on families to care for their elders. One main issue that occurs is that most families have families of their own and are working more to be able to provide. Many siblings do not know what to do for their elders, so the fighting begins. Usually there is one sibling who deals with everything, and caregiver stress sets in. There may also be other reasons for the arguing -- money, past abuse (by the elderly person) or even pressure to not put their loved one in a nursing home. This class will address all of the above issues and participants will have the opportunity to discuss issues they have encountered. (3 Hours) Early-bird deadline to save $10: Mar. 1. Provides continuing education for counselors, social workers, nurses, and nursing home administrators (BELTSS). BELTSS CEUs are provided through the instructor's business. Instructor: Kristen Kuhlman, LSW, LNHA. The general public is welcome to attend.
CANCELLATION POLICY: If you need to withdraw or transfer from this class, you must notify the Continuing Education office by telephone at 440.525.7116 four or more business days (Monday through Friday) prior to the class date. You will be refunded the course fee minus a $25 processing fee. No refunds or transfers are allowed without at least four business days’ notice. In most cases, you may substitute someone else to take your place with no processing fee.