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How to Cope with 3 Common Caregiver Frustrations

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Hurdles Often Stand in Way of Communicating Aging Issues

Barriers and hurdles can get in the way of candid family conversations about a variety of topics.

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Have the Aging Conversation with Your Family

Home Instead Senior Care portrays the importance of having the aging conversation sooner rather than later through the lens of younger children concerned about their parents.

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Have the Conversation about Aging and Driving

Home Instead Senior Care demonstrates the importance of having the aging conversation around driving sooner rather than later through the lens of a young boy and his father.

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Have the Conversation about Aging and Finances

Home Instead Senior Care takes a look at the importance of planning ahead financially for your aging situation through the lens of a mother and her young daughter.

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Aging Alone in the 'New Family'

Growing older alone isn’t impossible. But it does require careful planning.

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Interactive Conversation Tree

Have you really had the conversation? Complete the interactive conversation tree to see what topics you may have missed.

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Blended Families: Talk Through Aging Issues

Blended families can face a variety of unique challenges when it comes to aging and caring for one another.

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Action Plan for Successful Aging

This action plan provides expert advice to help you and your loved ones start the necessary conversations about the future and put your plan into action.

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40-70 Rule: Executive Summary

Independent research by the Home Instead Senior Care® network of seniors, adult children, senior care and legal professionals provided new insights into the dynamics of the conversations that do – and do not – take place between Baby Boomers and their aging parents. This updated research revealed that families who wait too long to begin discussing and planning for end-of-life issues could be vulnerable to uncertainty, family fights and even legal disputes.

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