Home Instead offers resources for aging parents and their children

Region ?- Knowing aging parents” end-of-life wishes in advance can save families years of heartache, bickering and legal issues. Senior care service Home Instead, Inc., gathered renowned experts to help make this potentially difficult conversation easier for families; the result was the 40-70 Rule? program, which encourages adult children approaching 40 to broach a number of aging and end-of-life topics before their parents turn 70.

The 40-70 Rule? Program features an “Action Plan for Successful Aging,” which provides expert advice to help participants start the necessary conversations about the future by providing a framework to guide open and honest family discussions about major aging topics like financial choices, health, dating and end of life.

To learn more, visit www.4070Talk.com for resources including conversation starters, communications tips, and how-to videos.

Locally, Home Instead has an office located at ?386 W. Main Street, Suite 14, Northborough that serves the greater Worcester and Metrowest areas. For more information visit www.hearthside-homeinstead.com and on Facebook ?at www.facebook.com/HomeInsteadHearthside or call 888-377-4446.


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