Are you a family who disagrees about the care of your parent or a loved one?  Most families who disagree don’t have all the facts.  One person does this, another that, there’s little or no cohesive communication about day to day tasks or abilities.  It’s easy to disagree about the care of a loved one when you really don’t have all the information.  Is your loved one forgetful, incontinent, awake at night, a fall risk – are you aware of all the health and care issues?  If you’re disagreeing with a loved one be sure you have the facts and aren’t making assumptions or giving opinions with no reasonable foundation.  Have a family meeting with a facilitator and you’ll be able to resolve disagreements about care for your loved one.

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