We often think of family caregivers as older and female. It’s statistically true but often misses the second largest generation of caregivers: Millennials. New statistics are coming this month that will not take into consideration COVID-19. However, the pandemic is creating a new generation of young adults who are considering caregiving from a new perspective.
This piece is written by Chace Beech who moved back home several years ago to care for her father who has brain cancer. Chace talks about her caregiving responsibilities and the relationship between love and fear when caring for a parent.