I had no idea that memory iseuss are not necessarily a normal part of aging whoa!My parents and my in-laws are, shall we say, pre-elderly (I'm sure they would just love hearing this!) and are capable, independent people. However, because of my work and because I know plenty of people in my age group (old Gen X) who have dealt with a whole range of iseuss with elderly parents, I tend to do a lot of reading on this topic.I've just found your blog and see that it is chock-full of incredibly useful advice. Thanks for this post and for pointing out the resource on Caring.com!
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