It’s not always easy to recognize the time has come for your aging parents to stop driving. And seniors often refuse to give up their keys, even when it’s obvious they should.

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Kyle’s 84-year-old father called with good news: He had won a sweepstakes! He just needed to pay a fee to collect a very large cash prize. Kyle was instantly suspicious. “Dad, this sounds like a scam. Did you even enter a sweepstakes?”

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Your parents cared for you when you were a child, but now that you’re grown, it’s time for you to take care of them. That makes you one of more than 65 million Americans, mainly women, who provide care for elderly, ill or disabled family members. If that wasn’t demanding enough, most of these women also have jobs, spouses and children to worry about.

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