Here's the latest article from the Senior Issues site at BellaOnline.com. http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art23282.asp Seniors and Spirituality ~~ What is the importance of spirituality in the lives of seniors?
QUOTE for the week: Albert Camus, when he was talking about the aged and our individual responsibility to them, said, "the aged are people who live a life where their winter is darkness. We must teach them how to enjoy an invincible summer."
SITE for the week: http://50plusfun.com/index.htm ~ A Place for Everyone who has become a Senior before their Time!
THOUGHT for the week: "The United States is experiencing a dramatic demographic change with the aging of the baby boomer generation. This demographic change will have a huge impact on health care. Currently, Americans over age 50 comprise 27 percent of the population. By 2010, it's anticipated that 50+-year-olds will make up 32 percent of the population. In Connecting to the Healthcare Consumer (McGraw-Hill, 2000), author David Nash notes that you can count on these aging baby boomers to increase the demand on health-related information and care."
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Laura Strathman Hulka, Senior Issues Editor http://seniorissues.bellaonline.com
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