aged care conversation

Episode 7
Accepting Help

You don’t need to do this alone. 

Many families believe the responsibility of their loved one’s care is theirs and theirs alone. For Jason, the idea of moving his mum, Oma, into residential aged care meant he had failed her. But as Oma’s dementia progressed, Jason and his wife Megan realised that residential care was the safest and most appropriate place for her to be. Jason and Megan tell us why accepting help can make a positive difference.

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