Disagreements between siblings can create problems when planning care for aging parents. Opinions may differ about what type of care parents need. One sibling may feel that other siblings are not taking on their fair share of responsibilities. Some conflicts may stem from childhood experiences. Overcoming these disagreements is important for developing a plan that satisfies the siblings involved while delivering the best care possible for their parents.

To resolve these conflicts, The Option Group, a team of Geriatric/Aging Life Care Managers, has created a free guide to help families develop a care plan and overcome disagreements. The short, thirteen-page guide offers helpful tips for how to create a care plan, discuss issues that may arise, and deal with the stress of estate planning. 

The full guide is available at the following link: How Do Siblings Avoid Conflict? A Helpful Guide to Caring for Your Aging Parents

To help develop a care plan for your aging parents, please call Mitchell, Brown & Associates at (314) 962-0186.