“40-70 Rule” helps have difficult conversations with seniors

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (October 26, 2014) -- As our loved ones get older, we often have to sit down and have difficult conversations with them. Topics like funeral arrangements, or even giving up the keys to the car when it's not safe to drive anymore often can be touchy, so Home Instead Senior Care has come up with the "40-70 Rule" to make it easier. Mike Newman, of Home Instead Senior Care, sat down with FOX59 to explain how you can make sure your aging loved one is taken care of.


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