Senior Care and the overall state of seniors in America has been a hot topic for the last 5-7 years and soon will be discussed in great detail in Washington DC at the White House Conference on Aging. Hopefully important topics will be addressed and discussed in detail to support the growing demand for senior support.
“Each decade for the past 54 years, hundreds of professionals from around the country head to Washington, D.C. to explore the challenges and opportunities facing America’s elderly population during what is known as the White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA).
It seems rather fitting that the 2015 conference, held last week on July 13, corresponds with the anniversaries of some of the nation’s most transformative policies for those in their later years of life, including the 50th anniversary of the Older Americans Act, 50th anniversaries of Medicare and Medicaid and the 80th anniversary of Social Security.”
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