The Sandwich Generation Issues
Did you get a chance yet to visit the Caregiving Holiday Progressive Blog Party? You'll meet other caregivers such as Robert and his sister with excellent resource links for those dealing with Epilepsy – something that can impact all ages.
An interesting article specifically on The Sandwich Generation.
Experiencing the Sandwich Generation (Part I) – An interesting article by a fellow compadre in the Sandwich Generation.
Are you flying with senior parents for the holidays? Some Tips To Make Holiday Travel With Aging Parents Easier
I love the tips at Seniors for Living, Celebrating the Holidays With a Parent In Assisted Living
Grandparents and Grandkids
Technology Improves Connections between Grandparents and Grandchildren who are on the Autism Spectrum.
Are you missing the snow like us? Or living where there isn't any snow? Fellow grandmother, Lisa from Grandma's Briefs, has found the coolest thing for us to share with our grandkids! I'm going to have to check this out. How about you?
Holiday Joys for Family Fun
I had a delightful time visiting various intriguing sites, most full of Christmas treats for eyes, ears, and tummies, via Pink Saturday, including Chocolate Crafts and Bears, Oh My, which then led to a fun resource for grandparents and grandkids – paper toys!
Caregivers know interruptions too well! And the holidays just add more interruptions. What's to be done? Be sure to check out my latest guest post at Writer Interrupted.
I love the cute Christmas garlands found at fellow grandmother's site, Family Home and LIfe.
I do appreciate all the great resources and news online to help all of us boomers and seniors in the Sandwich Generation, don't you? These roundups are a regular part of SandwichINK, along with the tips and info I share at Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, and G+, so be sure to follow me there and…
P.S. Thank you so much for your comments. I enjoy them very much and read each one. I also love the grand ideas so many of you share that help and encourage other readers. Thank you.