Hello! Welcome to COTL, a discussion place for BIPOC. Posted the first 3 Wednesdays of the month
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Prompt: Elder Care
Eventually, many of us are going to have to decide how to care for (or be expected to care for) our elderly family, such as parents or grandparents.
Is this something you have thought about? How do you feel about this? How does your relationship with that person affect your care options(if you have any options)?