Traditionally, caregiving has fallen to the eldest daughter, but with family members dispersed across different locations, not to mention women's advancement in the workplace, once clear-cut answers have become hazy. This article on Dividing the Caregiving Responsibilities Between Siblings outlines important areas for siblings to discuss as they provide care for their parents: Will their parents age in place or do they plan to move into assisted living? Is there enough money to pay for long term care services? What are the family expectations and roles? In addition, some things to consider including matching your parents’ needs with your siblings’ abilities; seeking outside help if needed; and avoiding relying solely on email for communication.