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Where Do Your Parents Want to Live DuringTheir Last Years?

FAMILY2iS-Family_Conversations__Where_Do_Your_Parents_Want_to_Live_Their_Last_Years-iStock-517216293...True, some adult children know that their parents will not take kindly to such a discussion, thus definitely making it harder, but fear not — this is a conversation that we must have with our older adults. Having been through this, I’ll provide some suggestions that can make this discussion, or better yet, series of discussions, easier. However, before we move to general suggestions, let me present you with one fundamental rule — the one that underlies everything that you do or say:

Read the full article on HealthCentral for tips about how to talk with your parents about how they want their lives to play out:

Carol Bradley Bursack is the Candid Caregiver

MedicareFAQ – Medicare Resource Center

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