Ask about aging parents? Sometimes it's really hard. We think we should automatically know what do, how to talk to them, how to help. But we don't.
Feel free to ask your most pressing question about how to talk to your aging parent; any challenge you're having now, or that you're worried about in the future. Talking with aging parents can be one of the most challenging times of life. I'll do my best to get your question answered, in an Expert Interview,in a newsletter issue, in an article on the website.
What Topics Will Be Covered?
I'm planning to expand this website over time to cover any issue that we need to talk to our aging parents about before it's time (housing, finances, end-of-life issues...). Obviously, this is a massive list, but as you list your questions, I'll get a better idea of what area to develop next.
Who Will Answer Your Question?
Sometimes, I'll be answering the questions from my experience.
Sometimes, I'll be answering the questions from my research.
Sometimes, I will seek out guest experts who will give guidance and assistance.
A later feature of this site will allow conversation and reply directly from visitors, so we'll be able to get best practices and the resources others have found most helpful in this journey with their aging parents.
Please fill in the form below and share your most pressing question. Go ahead and ask about aging parents -- everyone wants to get better at talking to them about the future.
Talk to you soon.
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