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Seniors need someone to look out for their best interests

Visiting the doctor can be an exhausting blur for some older adults.

Sometimes, seniors aren’t able to fully understand what the doctor says or aren’t comfortable asking questions. 

They might not like to speak frankly about symptoms and concerns or are too shy to insist on treatments that are in their best interests.

These older adults need a trusted relative, spouse, friend, or care manager to help them understand their medical conditions and treatment options as well as communicate and coordinate with doctors to get the best care possible.

We explain what a health advocate is and 7 ways seniors benefit from having one.

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