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When parents and family members require care in a nursing home or adult foster care, many people assess the building on a tour, placing their trust in the institution based on an abbreviated visit. Once admitted, many elderly people are unable or unwilling to complain, and being raised in the Great Depression or Second World War, were often taught to suffer in in silence. However, there are signs that a loved one is not receiving the care he or she deserves.Read more...
Discussing finances with your aging parents can be difficult since most people are reluctant to give up control of their means for independence. Approaching the discussion as a partnership can open the door to early communication that can make parents more comfortable discussing finances. Often having two or more people discussing finances with them will keep the burden from falling on one relationship.Read more...