OWM Blog – Parents Living with Adult Children

parents living with adult children

Intrafamily care was common in the United States several generations ago. With today’s aging population, there are indicators that not only baby boomers, but millennials, are inviting their parents to move in with them, renovating their homes to accommodate a surviving parent.  With the rising costs of nursing home care, children are reverting to the “old ways” of multigenerational living, giving the children both peace of mind regarding the parent’s care, and reducing many of the stresses related to long distance caregiving.  A side benefit is the home is then senior-suitable when they need it.

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