In 2013, the Pew Research Center defined the “Sandwich Generation,” as those adults who have a living parent age 65 or older and are either raising a child under age 18 or supporting a grown child. Not only do many in the sandwich generation provide care and financial support to their parents and their children, but 40% say both their grown children and their parents rely on them for emotional support.
According to the Pew Research Center, adults in the sandwich generation are mostly middle-aged, between the ages of 40 to 59. Another interesting statistic is that more affluent adults, those with annual household incomes of $100,000 or more, are more likely than less affluent adults to be in the sandwich generation.
Are you familiar with Minecraft and medicare, orthodontists, and orthopedics? Spend your Saturdays touring college campuses, and Sundays touring nursing homes? You’re likely part of the sandwich generation. You are the people who give and give and give, and guess what, WE SEE YOU! We support you! We are here for you! Whether it is providing resources, or helping you place a loved one in a senior care living facility, we are here to help. Click here to learn more.