Struggling To Care For Young And Old Alike

Attorneys' group presents program for 'sandwich generation'

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

It's called the sandwich generation. And it has nothing to do with anyone's eating habits. Rather, the phrase is used to describe adults who now have responsibilities to their elderly parents as well as their children. "At the same time you're giving your teenager the keys to the car you may be wondering, 'Is it time to take away my dad's car keys?" said attorney Sallie Kraus

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