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WOMAN DOESN’T WANT ELDERLY PARENTS TO MOVE IN WITH HER, WANTS SIBLINGS TO TAKE THEM

How to manage old age parents wanting to move in with us?

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Hi all, would like gain an understanding from the readers here, for those with old age parents in their 70-80s, are they living in their own place or are they living with you? If they are living with you, are your spouse and kids ok with it?

My spouse and I have 2 kids, recently my parents suggested to move in with us as they are getting older and require more care. The thing is, we are both working in office 5 days a week and the only time we will be present at home will be when we return home from work.

Wondering how majority of you handle this? As my spouse has mentioned that they would prefer if it was just us and our kids, as they are concerned about the level of care needed should the parents move in.

Parents generally have no health issues as of now, just occasional check ups that I accompany them to, nothing major but anything might happen once they live with us like falling down etc…

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I have 2 other siblings, I’m the eldest. Both siblings are married, one with kids and one without. Would it make more sense for parents to ask sibling with no kids to live with them instead?

Helpzzz.

Netizens’ comments

What goes around, comes around. What if when you are around 70s or 80s, want to move in with either of your kids as you are getting older and they work in office 5days a week too.

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