Live the life you want for as long as possible

. December 1, 2017.
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In recent decades, there has been a significant shift in family demographics.

Less and less multi-generational families who live together and take care of each other in the home. There are many reasons for this societal change but it creates a challenge for individuals who live alone and for their caregivers.

Who Will Take Care of Me When I’m Old? Plan Now to Safeguard Your Health and Happiness in Old Age by Joy Loverde is a step-by-step guide to living the life you want for as long as possible. Joy Loverde is a consultant and spokesperson for the mature-market industry. Her work has been featured on NBC’s Today Show, the CBS Early Show, NPR, and in USA Today and the
Wall Street Journal. She lives in Chicago.

Contact Joy at jloverde@elderindustry.com, elderindustry.com and Twitter: twitter.com/joyloverde

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