KIM LAWTON, correspondent: Three years ago, Anne Stine was a busy mother with three young children and a husband who was on the road a lot. Then her 87-year-old father, a very independent World War II veteran who lived about an hour away, suffered a stroke.
ANNE STINE: And what I found was a man who was no longer independent. He was confused and worried and starting to bark orders. So it was a very emotional time for him, and it was a scary time for both of us.
LAWTON: Her dad, who lived alone, needed a lot of care, and the issues surrounding his care were overwhelming....
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Posted November 25, 2012 at 11:06 am
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