Recognizing the needs of older folks

March 2011
American Teacher;Mar2011, Vol. 95 Issue 5, p18
The article discusses retirement planning and caring for the elderly. The needs of the elderly range from a sustained decent standard of life on retirement, healthy assets to leave to descendants, and a complete holistic health care. Right timing is said to be needed for its initiation, since the elderly are not necessarily helpless. Also mentioned is the difficulty for the elderly themselves to admit that they need eldercare.


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