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Tips On Caring For Aging Loved Ones

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This year has been different because of the pandemic, but we hope you’re able to stay connected with your loved ones—even from afar. If you’re checking in on your parents or other aging family members for the first time in a while, pay close attention to their health. Even on a Zoom call, you can look for changes in behavior, mood, and appearance. Has dad lost weight? Is Grandma starting to show signs of dementia? And what should you do if you notice problematic changes?

We recognize how challenging and emotional it can be for the whole family when aging family members experience health problems. If you find yourself responsible for helping an aging loved one with their healthcare decisions, here are nine tips to get you started:

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