Trying to start the discussion of long-term care planning with your aging parents can be difficult for everyone even if they have the best of relationships. Generally speaking, the conversation is better started in a familiar place such as the parent’s home. Transparency among children is always preferable as long as it is in the best interest of the parent(s). It may take several tries and may be met with some resistance, however it is worth the effort. “It’s not what you say, it’s how you say it” is a good thing to keep in mind when you have these conversations. Read on to find out more!
Dad, can we talk?
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