How to Care for Aging Parents When You Can’t Be There

By: Julie Jargon Jan 9, 2021

How to Care for Aging Parents When You Can’t Be There

When Corey Spiegel’s 75-year-old mother fell and broke her hip and wrist in November and needed emergency surgery, Ms. Spiegel scrambled to figure out how to transport her home from rehab. She interviewed caregivers over FaceTime and arranged for groceries and medical supplies to be delivered.

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