First for Women has published an article, "10 Signs Your Aging Parent Shouldn’t Live Alone Anymore."
"Most of the time, your parent will not come out and tell you there is a problem," suggests Rani Snyder, an older adult caregiving/living expert and program director at The John A. Hartford Foundation in New York City. “They may not realize it or they may be worried about making changes or causing a burden for their family. Communication is key to understanding what they are experiencing. Similarly, social isolation often accompanies limitations in functional ability and is equally damaging to your parents’ health.”
To read the article, click here.