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Posted: Wednesday, August 31, 2016 10:00 am

We are an aging society and thanks to medical breakthroughs, Americans are living longer. At risk are publicly funded health, long-term care and income-support programs for older adults. The stress on these programs is a direct result of people now living longer, who are facing challenges with illnesses, diseases, cognitive deficits and other physical limitations that are associated with aging.

People like Ken Dychtwald, Ph.D., have been talking about this for decades and, to date, we are really a long way off from finding solutions that will help to alleviate the stress that this reality is going to put on our society.

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