Sometimes an older family member’s need for help is sudden and obvious. Usually though, the changes appear gradually. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly when the older adult in your life may need a little extra help, but watch for changes in your loved one’s behavior, like ignoring hobbies, missing outings with friends or forgetting to pay the bills.
Sometimes aging parents don’t realize they need help and others are too proud to admit they need it. That’s where they need their loved ones to step in. Remind your parents that you want to do what is best for them to ensure they are the happiest and healthiest they can be.
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