During the same time period, however, the percentage of older parents moving in with their adult children has doubled. If you're considering welcoming an aging parent into your home , or if you're planning to spend your senior years with one of your grown children, think it through, plan ahead, and take steps to avoid the stresses and conflicts that often ruin what should be a great thing: multigenerational family living. Nicole Hanna is the executive director of Vineyard Henderson , an assisted-living community opening in this fall in Henderson, Nevada. A year veteran of the eldercare industry, Hanna believes that success is not possible without a frank conversation up front.
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To subscribe, click here. She had mild dementia and needed rides to get around. After Repak's father died, Repak, an estate-planning lawyer, and his wife, Debra, a teacher, considered moving Marie, then 88, into an assisted-living facility near them. But the couple decided they wanted her to live with them and their two teenagers. The Repaks built an addition to their home in Churchville, Pa.
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Moving in with your parents is often seen as a mark of irresponsibility. She moved back in with them after the economic fallout from the pandemic made her rent in Chicago unaffordable. F or the most part , the pandemic has restricted motion in America. But one exception has been a large-scale nationwide reshuffling of humans between homes.