Another thought-provoking article … this one about considering residential options in advance. Having a plan and discussing it with family and friends can be difficult and upsetting, but it’s beneficial in the bigger picture. As Jane Gross writes: “Imagining life at 80 and beyond is not for the faint of heart. But leaving it to chance is asking for trouble.”
Great article about the importance of discussing difficult topics with family in advance of a crisis and before end-of-life decisions need to be made.
Thanksgiving is often a time when family concerns come to the surface, sometimes discussed and sometimes quietly considered. If you or your family is interested in exploring senior communities for a relative or friend, please check out http://www.stepwithcare.com. Step with Care will guide you through the process of identifying best options, visiting communities, comparing choices and organizing for a move. Involving an objective professional to advise you will likely make the process less stressful and more efficient, leading to better planning and more appropriate decisions. Wishing you a peaceful and happy holiday!
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Thanks to Joe Thoron for sharing this valuable information, along with hints and tips and reviews!