YOU'RE NOT ALONE
According to the Pew Research Center, 70 million of Americans between
ages 40 and 60, the Sandwich Generation of Boomers, are dealing simultaneously with their own needs, the needs of their children and the needs associated
with caring for aging parents. Sound familiar?
Dick Edwards has thirty-five years of experience working closely with older adults and their families. For the last twenty years he served as administrator of Charter House,
a nationally recognized model for excellence in retirement living and long-term health care affiliated with the world-renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
For fourteen years, Dick served in the leadership of Aging Services of Minnesota (ASOM), a statewide association of not-for profit providers of services for older adults. His excellence in leadership and knowledge concerning caring for aging parents has been honored by Mayo Clinic, LeadingAge, and ASOM.