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Let's say you're an adult that doesn't live near your aging parents, and therefore you only see them maybe a few times a year, maybe around certain holidays, birthdays, or other special occasions. Now say you're seeing them for the first time in several months, and you notice a decline in their health, either physical or mental. Perhaps they look more frail, or are experiencing some cognitive decline. Based on this decline, it is reasonable to believe they may require some sort of assisted living care at some point in the future. What should you do? In the Second Half of Life Podcast Episode 52, Long-Term Care Planner Kristin Daugherty answers this question and more, and also explains what sets our law firm apart from others. 

All episodes of the Second Half of Life Podcast can be found on the Steinbacher, Goodall & Yurchak website, as well as on most podcast directories, which includes Apple PodcastsSpotifyTuneIn + Alexa, iHeartRadioStitcherPodcast AddictGoogle PodcastsPodchaserDeezerListen NotesBullhornOvercastPocket CastsCastroCastboxPodfriend, Player FM, Podcast Index and Pandora

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