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Whether you’re over the age of 65 or have a loved one who is, there are simple, inexpensive things you can do TODAY to help plan for aging with dignity, choice, and independence. Access this checklist and share with others who might need it.
Having regular conversations with your doctor is an important component of aging with dignity and independence. This guide describes important conversations to have with your doctor to prepare for changing health needs as you grow older.
A little-known reality is that 70 percent of people over 65 will need long-term care at some point in their lives. To better prepare, here are 10 things to know if you are providing help to an older loved one.
We aim to transform the way people talk about the care needs that most of us will have as we grow older. Read Dr. Chernof's Perspectives on changing older Americans' thoughts on how to approach aging for themselves and with their loved ones.