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Moving an elder can be emotional on both sides

When an elder must leave a home of many years, memories are around every corner. Moving isn't just a physical problem, it's an emotional landmine. Then there are the adult children. Like it or not, they too probably have memories associated with their parents' home, and with certain items that go with it. Moving is tough at best, but this may be the hardest move ever. There is help.

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