multigenerational

Kampung Admiralty, Singapore
Multigenerational living is on the rise in the U.S. and this trend offers many benefits, such as cost savings on living expenses and reducing isolation.
Dreaming of a house?
Importing Age-friendly Innovations Blog Series
No Whining sign
When it comes to travel, writer Janey Womeldorf knows her way around. She has worked as a tour guide in her native Bath, England, and as a travel agent in Germany. Now, as an Orlando, Fla., transplant, she's the in-house theme-park planner for her extended family. Over the last decade Womeldorf has coordinated family trips that include toddlers and  adult children as well as grandparents.
Baby and birthday "smash" cake
News, discoveries and ... fun
Portrait Of Multi Generation Family
So much for the empty nest.
Three Generation Family Holding Hands While Walking On Beach
Family vacations run the gamut from a mountain cabin shared with mice and other creatures to a retirement celebration in Hawaii. As we jump on planes, trains and automobiles for multigenerational summer sojourns, what can we do to guarantee five-star success?
Amy Goyer outlines a new report on the strength of multigenerational families.
The Beatles might have gotten by with a little help from their friends, but I couldn't do it without my family - especially when it comes to caregiving for my parents. Knowing my sisters will help is invaluable, whether I'm having trouble coordinating Dad's care and my work schedule or I'm simply feeling tired and overwhelmed. We support Dad and each other through this difficult time.
study shows how adult children will care for their parents and what we expect from our own children
How do we view our role in taking care of our parents? Are we willing to help them out financially? What about having them move in with us? And, what are our expectations for our own children when we need help?
Grandchildren living with grandparents
Grandma's house isn't only a great place to visit. For a growing number of children, it's a great place to move in during bad economic times.
thre-generations-aarp
For many years, we've thought of the  "sandwich generation" as people who are taking care of older parents while raising young children of their own. But that seems to be changing. Many people today are taking care of their moms and dads- and, increasingly, their  grown kids who still need financial help. So even though their  nests are empty, their wallets are quickly emptying too.
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