You beg. You try to convince. You scream and even cry. Sometimes you want to just pull your hair out and yell “My elderly parent refuses help…I give up!” But don’t give up just yet. When an elderly parent resists help that you know will help them be more safe, it can be the most frustrating thing for adult children. When your aging parent refuses a caregiver, or your elderly parent is resistant to moving to an assisted living, or stopping driving, what are you supposed to do? In this video I’m going to discuss 4 things that you need to consider when your elderly parent refuses help or to make a change.
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