Session on Feb. 1 will discuss differences between the two illnesses.
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AARP survey of 50-plus population locally found many positives, but employment-related issues were not among them.
Priorities are still to be established by the Pennsylvania Long-Term Care Council, but there’s plenty it could look into.
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Pennsylvania Democrat has elevated stature now on Senate aging committee, but it’s the GOP that’s in charge in Washington.
Bill McKendree: Lead local counselor on Medicare issues advises what to weigh during open enrollment season
Bill McKendree, coordinator for eight years of the Allegheny County Apprise program, leads a staff of counselors who advise the public on
Pepper Schwartz, 71, is a University of Washington sociology professor touted by AARP as its “sex and relationship expert.”
Diane Menio, 61, is one of Pennsylvania’s leading advocates for issues affecting the elderly, which includes trying to ensure quality care