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Posted: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 10:00 am

Does Mom want to keep driving even though her vision has become limited? Has Dad fallen before, but refuses to take preventive measures, insisting it won’t happen again? Has Mom’s memory started to fade but she tries to fake her way through it?

Your fiercely independent parents have always tackled their problems with ease. But when there is a problem they do not see or choose to ignore, it is up to you to bring up the subject.

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