New York Times Articles on Older Adult Care

There are some excellent articles in The New York Times about older adults, aging, and older adult care.

An article in the fall of 2012 indicates that approximately one in three older adults lives alone without anyone to depend upon in an emergency. Supporting older adults to build connections and maintain relationships is important, as is providing information about community resources. Building relationships and connecting community resources helps strengthen older adult care.

A more recent article in NYT this spring indicated that the costs for caring for older adults is expected to double by 2040. It will be very important for states and communities to develop public policy to address these issues, strengthen the network of community resources, and help people to invest in plans for future care.

Anne Hays Egan, New Ventures Consulting
Moving Mama

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