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Caring for an Aging Parent

Approximately 36 percent of all caregivers are adult children taking care of an aging parent, and that number is expected to rise dramatically in coming years.  As a culture, we are not ready for the spike in caregiving needs facing U.S. society, according to a video news report prepared by Kim Lawton for Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, a source for cutting-edge news coverage and analysis of events in the religious world.  In an 8 1/2-minute video presentation hosted on the show’s website, experts explore the caregiving needs of an aging population and make resource suggestions.



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