How to Help an Elderly Parent Downsize

Whether you find that your elderly parents are actual hoarders, or are simple pack-rats, it is important to encourage them to downsize and get rid of the mass of possessions piled up in their home before it leads to an accident and cause them serious harm.

If you’re thinking about helping a parent clean out unnecessary belongings, consider starting early, inching your way through each item, so the process won’t come as a total shock and you can keep it from causing anxiety and depression on your loved one. You should also keep your ears open, give them choices, and do your best in turning it into a positive experience.
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