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Generations Elder Care Adult Day Services 'a hidden gem' in the community

7:57 PM, Dec. 26, 2012
Marge Salutz, from left, her daughter-in-law, Mary Salutz, and granddaughter, Lauren Salutz, 15, decorate cookies at their home in Manitowoc. Mary is part of the 'sandwich generation,' dividing her time caring for her mother-in-law and her immediate family.
Marge Salutz, from left, her daughter-in-law, Mary Salutz, and granddaughter, Lauren Salutz, 15, decorate cookies at their home in Manitowoc. Mary is part of the 'sandwich generation,' dividing her time caring for her mother-in-law and her immediate family.
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New Year's resolution for caregivers: Reduce your stress and improve the life of the elderly person you care for.

It was around the holidays last year that Mary Salutz of Manitowoc decided that's just what she needed to do.

Salutz is one of growing numbers of the so-called sandwich generation, people who find themselves caring not only for their children but also for an elderly loved one. Her husband's mother, Marge Salutz, 85, has been living with the family for the last five years. She has Alzheimer's and needs constant care with hygiene, meals, medication and attention, Mary said. ...

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