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November 28, 2011


Ann Brebner

It really is a very emotive decision as we are not used to our parents needing our help. I think your advice is spot on, seek professional guidance for the best solution for you and your loved one.


The psychological aspect of Holidays

Old parent need to be given some attention all the time. Holiday is important to keep their mental and physical fitness.

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