Long-term care “Conversation Checklist” for families and seniors

This article is provided by SNAPforSeniors

Having a conversation about long-term care with an aging loved one can be difficult.

Initiating a conversation can be awkward or uncomfortable for family members or caregivers.  Although it is impossible to know what the future will bring, SNAPforSeniors, a national database for senior housing, offers suggestions and a checklist that may help to begin a conversation about housing options with your loved one.

http://www.snapforseniors.com/Services/FreeContent/ConversationChecklist.aspx

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