Skip to content
English Conversation Questions on Helping aging parents
- Do you think it’s the responsibility of adult children to help their aging parents? Why or why not?
- What factors do you think should be taken into consideration when deciding whether or not to provide care for aging parents?
- What do you think are the pros and cons of providing in-home care for aging parents, versus placing them in a nursing home or assisted living facility?
- How do you think the issue of caring for aging parents is affected by cultural and societal expectations?
- What role do you think the government should play in providing support for people caring for aging parents?
- Do you think it’s fair for people who are able to care for their aging parents to expect financial assistance from their siblings or other family members? Why or why not?
- What options do you think are available for people who are unable to provide care for their aging parents due to work or other commitments?
- How do you think caring for aging parents can impact the caregiver’s own health and well-being?
- Do you think it’s appropriate for people to make decisions about their aging parents’ care without consulting them? Why or why not?
- What do you think are the most important things to consider when deciding on a long-term care plan for an aging parent?
- What advice do you have for people who are struggling to balance the needs of their aging parents with their own responsibilities and commitments?
More English Conversation Questions on Family