The talk adult children ought to have with their senior parents

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Responding to a story that gives guidance to adult children on how to help their parents move from a single-family home, Vice President and acting CEO Lizbeth Heyer encourages considering the benefits of aging in community.

“I’d suggest that rather than thinking in terms of lost independence, we focus on the social, emotional, and financial benefits of aging in community. There’s no question that community living with programming to enrich seniors’ physical, intellectual, and emotional well-being supports better health and quality of life.” - Lizbeth Heyer

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