5 Strategies for Constructive Conversations with Aging Parents

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It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about taking away dad’s keys, managing mom’s finances, or hiring an in-home caregiver. It’s challenging to have these conversations with aging parents.

Even though these talks can be difficult, addressing big issues sooner rather than later is better for everyone involved. You’ll be able to introduce ideas slowly and gain agreement over time rather than trying to suddenly force your parents into a huge change.

If you’re preparing for a hard conversation with your senior, try these five strategies to make your talk more productive. These tips from our friends at True Link will set the right tone and start the discussion on a positive note.

 

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By DailyCaring Editorial Staff
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True Link is a financial services company committed to protecting vulnerable individuals, including seniors and adults with special needs, from becoming victims of fraud, scams, and exploitation. The company provides tools that can be self-directed or managed by family members, caregivers, or guardians. With True Link, you can detect suspicious account activity and block unwanted transactions, all while preserving an individual’s independence and protecting their assets.

 

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