What happens if it's not the child, but the parent who can't make it on his own financially?

He moves in with his kids.

That seems to be what's happening as the aging parents of boomers not only run short of cash, but need more care than either they or their families can afford – a reversal of the trend seen during the recession, when unemployed or underemployed adult children moved back in with their parents.  

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