Make a To-Do List When Visiting Aging Loved Ones

by May 27, 2021Elder Law, Estate Planning, Trusts, Wills0 comments

Now that many elderly are vaccinated and social distancing restrictions are lifting, a lot of families are able to get out and see their aging loved ones again.  Many aging family members have been unable to accomplish household tasks inside and outside their homes during this time of separation.  If you plan to visit an aging loved one, it’s a good idea to make a to-do list to help them, beginning by asking them what they need.  For a practical 5 minute read of things to consider if you are visiting aging loved ones see Julie Weed’s article, If You Plan to Visit Aging Parents, Bring a To-Do List, N.Y. Times, May 23, 2021.

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