How To Tell When Your Aging Parents Need Help..and What To Do



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Are you visiting your parents or older relatives this holiday season?  Has it been a while since you’ve last seen them?  You might be surprised at some changes you notice.  Maybe they seem a bit forgetful, or they’ve lost weight or they off-handedly mention that they fell recently.

Whether you live close by or hundreds of miles away, being prepared to help your parents as they age is often difficult.  How can you tell when your older relatives might need a little help?  How do you start having that conversation?

Join me for a very important Twitter Party sponsored by Comfort Keepers®.  We’ll discuss important topics, including:

  • How to find local services for your parents when you live far away
  • Setting up plans now for the future
  • Clues to look for around your parent’s home that could indicate early signs of dementia
  • How to manage difficult conversations with siblings about your parent’s future care
  • Conversation starters with your parents to discuss their issues

Admitting our parents are aging is never easy.  But having plans and resources in place for when they’re needed can make the process much easier.

Who to follow: @safetymom

Where: #AgingInPlace

When: Monday, November 25th at 9:00PM ET

Why: Learn the tell tale signs that your older relatives need assistance

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