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As many of us begin to see a light at the end of the tunnel, with our kids almost out of the house and college loans beginning to be paid off, another big obstacle is thrown in our way. We find ourselves being sandwiched between our own adult (or nearly adult) children and our parents. Suddenly, we are struck with the responsibility of having to make decisions for our parents when their health begins to fail and they can no longer live alone safely in their own homes. We may have noticed Mom or Dad forgetting appointments, asking the same questions repeatedly, or even letting their yards or housekeeping go, when they used to be so meticulous. These are really important signs to watch for and can sometimes mean other things in their lives are slipping. Don’t wait until your parents are not able to make important decisions on their own. Here are some suggestions for starting “The Conversation” with your Mom and Dad.

A loved one with dementia faces lots of challenges and difficulties on a daily basis, but often, it’s the caregiver that suffers most.

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