- DR. MARION'S METHOD
- CAREGIVER TRAINING
Keeping Your Elder at Home
Don't you think it's better to keep a parent or loved one at home it possible rather than putting them into a home. I know I did that and after their had gone I felt good inside even with feeling sad over loosing them.
Olny in Ohio, 67
It’s wonderful when your can keep an elder parent or loved one at home. Most of the time, comfortable and familiar surroundings are a better option, but not everyone can make this happen. There are so many factors involved, but it’s truly a blessing to keep a parent of elder loved one at home. After they have passed on, there is enormous satisfaction that you did your very best to meet their needs.
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