Caring for elderly family members can be daunting and difficult, but also rewarding. Some 13 million adults from the baby-boom generation are involved in caring for their elderly parents or other family members, and with people living longer, the trend isn’t going away.

That’s why a free public panel discussion on the topic of “Caring for Your Aging Parents” has been organized by Kristen Bires of the Northwest Pennsylvania Alzheimer’s Association, and scheduled for the Corry Higher Education Council on Wednesday, Oct. 12 at 6 p.m.

See the Journal’s Thursday, September 29th edition for full story.

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