Posted by Kathy Burnes
I recently attended the annual American Society on Aging conference in San Francisco. Though at times overwhelmed by the numbers – over 4,000 participants and more than 1,200 workshops, posters, and general sessions – I left confident that the work JF&CS is doing with our Aging Well at Home initiatives is both exciting and timely. Why? Because more than one-quarter of the content of the conference concentrated on community-based programs. And that’s what we were there to talk about.
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