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Fighting with a Senior Parent on Safety vs. Independence

It’s a conflict that arises for numerous families: older adults adamantly like to age in place in their own homes, while their loved ones worry about their well-being. And there’s an argument to be made in both cases. Seniors, especially individuals who live alone, deal with many different risks: falls that may lead to serious injury,

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Is Mom Nervous About Accepting Help at Home? Try These Conversation Starters.

Determining when your elderly loved one needs some extra help in order to remain safely at home can be tricky. Even trickier is convincing that elderly loved one to agree that it’s time for some assistance. If you’re sensing the need to initiate a conversation about bringing in a home caregiver,

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