Things That You Should Tell Your Kids (Even Though You May Not Want To)

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We are frequently surprised by what many of our clients keep secret from their loved ones, things that often are highly important for those loved ones in assisting a parent as they go through the aging process (we admit that we occasionally get caught up in that same secrecy within our own families).

As a result, many families and friends are caught unaware when a crisis develops.

We’re including friends in this discussion as it’s been estimated that as many as one third of over 75 million people who are between 52 and 70 are without children. And some people don’t fully trust their children, for whatever reason, including their spouses.

Read the full article here.

My Elder provides elder advocacy services to families. Talk to us about long-term planning, finding the right home for your loved ones, preventing crisis and abuse, and ensuring they receive the best care possible.