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Visiting Older Adults at Home or In a Facility? Some Tips

MomDaugher1YU0xTf3DYGebjXLoneliness can be a plague for the elderly and ill. Yet visiting with someone who doesn’t feel well, and may have limited cognition, can be tricky. Some nervousness or reluctance is natural, but a few considerations can help to make things go smoothly.

View the entire slideshow on HealthCentral to see tips on visiting older adults at home or in a facility:

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