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Adult children of an aging parent often find themselves in a difficult position. While they know how important it is for a senior loved one to maintain their independence, they also worry about keeping them safe at home. Understanding if and when to intervene can be tough to do.
If you will be heading home for the holidays to visit an older loved one, there are a few warning signs you should be on the lookout for when you are there. They are good indicators that the time has come to talk about making a change.
10 Signs an Aging Loved One Needs More Help
If you are noticing more than one or two of these behaviors in a senior you love, it might be time to talk about making a move to a senior living community. These communities offer older adults a combination of safety and independence, in addition to a wide variety of life enrichment and wellness activities.
As you care for your aging loved ones, learn how to spot unusual behaviors ranging from poor nutrition to depression.
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