TAMPA, Fla. - This is the start of our taking action for your parent’s campaign. For the next six weeks, we're going to tackle the challenging issues faced by adult caregivers of aging parents.
We want to talk about one of the greatest hardships of all, losing a parent.
When one parent passes away, the other parent is often left alone and depressed. We're taking action for you with ways you can help your surviving parent through this difficult time.
“It’s very difficult, that's for sure," said Nettie Rossi
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