Dupont Resource Center

Friday, April 25, 2008 Host(s): Char Binkley

In 1900 the average life span was 47 years. Only one out of 25 adults lived beyond age 65. Today age 65 is no longer considered "old" and most everyone reaches their 65th birthday. Those who reach 65 can expect to live into their eighties. As the population ages, the responsibility for their care and well-being falls on the shoulders of the adult children. Join Char and a panel from Dupont Resource Center Friday on Mid-Morning to discuss the challenges that face sons and daughters as this role reversal takes place.
Tags: caring, elderly, aging, parents, careCategories: n/a
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