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Convincing parents to accept a move to assisted living

Is it true we all want to stay in our own homes as long as we can - even with failing health and few social outlets? For some, yes. For others, a little psychology can help them find out there are better options.

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I wish it were easier to help people understand that assisted living isn't giving up freedoms, but being given more life to live.

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