It Takes a Village to Age in Place

America is aging.  Every day, 10,000 baby boomers turn 65.  By the year 2030, 19 percent of the population will be 65 or older. With age comes disability. Indeed, 37 percent of individuals aged 65-69 report some disability, according to U.S. census figures. By the time people reach 80 years of age and over, the […]

Online Resource Helps Identify Eligibility for Benefits and Programs for Older Adults

The cost of long-term elder care is increasing—and puts an extra burden on those who need care, or are helping care for a parent or loved one. What’s worse, the availability and accessibility of reliable information about federal, state and local benefits and programs is murky at best. Thankfully, there ARE resources that can help. […]