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AARP Launches New Network to Foster Age-Friendly Communities The pilot states in AARP’s Network of Age-Friendly Communities will identify and support communities in their states that want to improve the physical and social environments of the city or town’s elders and help them remain healthy, active, and engaged in their communities for as long as possible. The network is affiliated with the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Global Network of Age-Friendly Cities and Communities®

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Best Places to Retire 2012 - Live Cheap and Well on $100 a Day

10 Best Places to Live on $100 a Day :: These cities offer all the ingredients for a rich retirement — at a fraction of the cost

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7 Great Places to Retire You Haven't Considered

Try some lesser-known retirement living destinations and you’ll find the same great conveniences, with a lower cost of living and lower crime rates than the usual places to retire.

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What New 'Age-Friendly' Communities Will Be Like

By 2030, nearly 20 percent of the U.S. population will be 65 and older, according to the federal Administration on Aging. Anticipating the challenges of accommodating this record-breaking population of senior citizens, last week the AARP launched its nationwide Network of Age-friendly Communities program with pilot programs in several states and the District of Columbia. The network, affiliated with a World Health Organization (WHO) program, will support communities with information on best…

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My Father's Battle with Alzheimers

"The failure to recognize the toll that Alzheimer's disease takes on our population and the health care system has profound implications for care and research. Across the entire health care continuum, and from early diagnosis to death, we need to take the necessary steps to ensure that recognition, diagnosis, reporting and reimbursement for Alzheimer's is appropriate and comprehensive for the needs of patients." #EndAlz

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