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We need to be honest about who cares for our seniors

Last week in Chicago the American Society on Aging held a conference packed with ideas and best practices focused on the growing numbers of seniors across our country. ┬áSpeakers included Janice Lynch Schuster, who guest blogged here recently. In her … Continue reading

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Innovative idea for an aging country

Georgians over the age of 65 make up 11 percent of our state’s 9.9M citizens. Over 110K Georgians are 85 and older. Rural Georgians have fewer choices to care for the oldest among us. We lack a strong network of … Continue reading

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