When You Go Home for Thanksgiving

We first ran this article Nov. 20, 2012. It will probably still be equally important on Nov. 20, 2102, when the babies at today’s holiday tables are getting on in years. Of course, this year, the introduction of the COVID-19 vaccines has supplied a new reason to give thanks: Some people may now be able to visit aging relatives, and even aging parents, for the first time in more than 18 months.

Jesse Slome has some important advice about what to do in those aging loved ones’ homes…

The season starting with Thanksgiving and lasting until New Year’s has become America’s unofficial Long-Term Care Need Assessment Period.

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