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Caring For Your Parents DVD
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As the population ages, many adult children are grappling with an unprecedented social, cultural, economic, and personal revolution as they transition into the primary caregiver role for their aging parents. Caring for Your Parents is a moving film that draws much-needed attention to this universal reality, underscoring today's struggle through an intimate look at five American families.
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5.0

make out aliving will befor it's to late

By Rich

from Phila.,Pa.

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Comments about PBS Caring For Your Parents DVD:

I am 65. I should heed my own advice.

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5.0

Holding on and letting go....

By Deb; mom's caregiver

from Port;and, Oregon

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Comments about PBS Caring For Your Parents DVD:

This was a real "eye-opener" for me. for the last 2 1/2 years, I have been my mother's full time caregiver, as she is in the last stage of Alzheimer's.
My heart broke for these 5 families, and what they were going through. I kept wiping my tears and thinking, "I'm so sorry...I remember how hard it was to go through that..." Half way through the video, I realized that by thinking that, I was already past where they were...what they were dealing with. It made me see how far we had come in our own journey. The five stories are all different, the emotions are universal. Both the filming and the music were excellent. They caught the beauty and peace of the parents and the frustration of the children. Caring for an aging parent is an ongoing tug of war between holding on to every last moment together...and letting go. This video captured that beautifully.

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