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n this podcast, reporter Kathy Ritchie explores the ups and downs of aging. Each episode takes a fresh look at important issues affecting the state's older population with episodes like Growing Old LGBTQ, Older Women in Poverty, and GrandFamilies
Caring for sick or elderly family members is still mostly women’s work, according to research. The emotional labor and unpredictability of this work takes a heavy toll on caregivers; it impacts our wellbeing, finances, and careers....We talk with Anne Bardoel about what the research says about women and eldercare. She’s been through it herself, and she offers strategies to cope with the negative effects like exhaustion, isolation, and depression.