Having the conversation: a guide for family and friends of an older person
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Having the conversation: a guide for family and friends of an older person

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Title: Having the conversation: a guide for family and friends of an older person (Links to English resource)
Summary: This guide provides information on how to recognise the signs that someone isn’t coping well in older age, and how to talk to them about your concerns. People who have migrated to Australia, even if it was over 20 years ago, can experience a sense of not belonging here and also no longer fitting in from where they came.
Organisation: Beyond Blue
Last reviewed: October 2016
Target audience: General

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