Aging in America will Never be the Same (4-part series)

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August 1, 2021

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In the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, aging in America may never be the same. The death toll in nursing homes and long-term care facilities has revealed how unprepared our health systems are to protect our most vulnerable citizens. Many seniors and their families consider the option of long-term care at some point. COVID-19 has made many people re-think those options. In addition to long-term care, some are considering aging-in-place, or living with relatives if they can. Our sessions will explore the pros and cons of all of the options. We will discuss problems and solutions and identify resources that support all of these options for healthy aging. 

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