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Tuesday February 7th, 2023 4:25PM

LISTEN: Mom and Dad, we need to talk

By Mornings on Maine Street

When spending time during vacations or the holiday with your aging parents, how can you tell if things aren't as the seem to be? What are the indications that they may need help? Robin Lacrimosa joined us on Maine Street to offer some answers including how to start that "difficult conversation." Robin is a Life Care Coordinator with Kimbrough Law who specializes in helping families deal with the issues associated with aging. 

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LISTEN: Mom and Dad, we need to talk
When spending time during vacations or the holiday with your aging parents, how can you tell if things aren't as the seem to be? What are the indications that they may need help? Robin Lacrimosa joined us on Maine Street to offer some answers including how to start that "difficult conversation." Robin is a Life Care Coordinator with Kimbrough Law who specializes in helping families deal with the issues associated with aging.
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