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Multigenerational Living: The Pluses and Minuses of In-law Suites

Generationsnathan-anderson-99010-unsplash (1)When I was a teen, my parents had a home specifically built with separate quarters so that my grandmother could live with us and still maintain her privacy. For us, it was simply a decision that would allow Grandma to move in—nothing newsworthy at the time. Nowadays, with our tendency to label trends, sociologists would call my family’s arrangement “multigenerational living,” and Grandma’s special living area would be considered an “in-law suite.” 

Read full article on Agingcare about how some families can make multigenerational living work:

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