Shifting our mindset as we think about planning to age in place

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In December of 2014, we blogged about the Tri-State Conference on Aging,  which we had attended.  Since then, we have been invited to be part of an emerging coalition of diverse people and organizations  that is taking a collaborative approach to address aging in New Hampshire – an effort of the Center on Aging and Community Living (CACAL) at UNH and the NH Endowment for Health.   Robin LeBlanc, Executive Director of Plan NH, was asked to chair the work group that is addressing “Living Arrangements.”  (You will hear more about that in the weeks and months ahead.)

Then on Monday, July 13, we attended a gathering at the CACL offices in Concord to watch the proceedings of the White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA), which is held every 10 years.

A couple of immediate observations:    MORE