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What you should know about your aging parents

As our parents age, we may find ourselves switching roles. We are no longer just their child; we are also their caregiver. This role reversal can be confusing for both the parent and child.

For those whose parents begin to struggle with remaining independent, physically active and mentally acute, the situation can become very complex. Gaining a better understanding of aging can help you as your role with your parents evolves.

Jan Osborne, APRN, explains that by listening to our parents and understanding their needs, we can help them live longer, healthier, better quality lives. 

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