How to Start the Conversation with Aging Parents

Do you live an hour or more from your aging parents? A growing number of adults are having to deal with caring for an aging parent who lives far away.

It can be difficult to ease into that transition, but family visits over the summer can provide adult children the right opportunity to have some important conversations about this chapter in their parents’ lives.

To learn more about how to approach these initial conversations from a place of concern, empathy, and respect, Be Well, Boston host Lara Salahi sat down with Jody Gastfriend, vice president of senior care at for tips to discuss this important topic.

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