When parents move in with their children, or when adult children move back in with their parents, the new changes that result can be unsettling if not planned for in advance. In the fifth of an eight-book series on downsizing, senior move managers Judy and Doug Robinson explore different types of multi-generational households, from “granny suites” to separate apartments within a home to shared space. What are the ways in which independence and privacy for all can be ensured? How can potentially contentious issues with parents and siblings be avoided or resolved? What healthcare concerns can arise and how can they be dealt with? Included is a section on practical gifts for seniors.