Sunday, January 3, 2016

Helping Terminally Ill, Pet-Loving Aging Parents Have Peace of Mind

As we think about helping parents and elders we care about age well, we know support of friends is priceless. We're also aware of the research showing connections with others help people age well. Neither "friends" nor "others"  is defined as "pets," yet in a quiz show couldn't everyone complete the phrase "a man's best friend is... his dog."

As the old year ends and a new year begins, I focus on the continuum of life, and the fact that helping parents age well continues throughout the life cycle--until the very end.

In an effort to help pet-loving aging parents, who face hospice care and-- on top of everything else--worry about their pets, I'm calling attention to the nonprofit Pet Peace of Mind program.

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