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You're Overcomplicating the Move to Assisted Living

It’s easy to become overwhelmed by the demands of a move into assisted living. It can seem like you have too much to arrange before moving and not enough time to get it all done. You probably have a lot of lingering questions.  That’s normal. But you might be overthinking things, too.

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Should Mom and Dad Move in with Me?

The thought of transitioning an older parent into assisted living can be gut-wrenching.  And with added financial incentives, some families are turning to multigenerational living arrangements: older parents move in with their adult children in order to save money, receive assistance with daily needs and avoid loneliness.

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Moving into a Retirement Community? Here’s What You Should Keep.

When planning a move into assisted living, it can be hard to decide what to do with personal possessions. Our emotions tell us that the things we accumulate over our lives — photos, mementos, books, clothes, even furniture— tell the story of how we came to be who we are today. But practicality dictates that we can’t keep it all.

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