As one of the largest generations in history reaches senior age, it’s becoming clear that medical professionals often don’t have the right training for an ageing population. Louise Aronson’s new book Elderhood delves into many of the complexities surrounding ageing in place, as well as steps that both seniors and medical professionals can take to help seniors maintain independence as they age. Read her full interview here, where she delves into the perception of seniors in the medical community, and how accessibility affects us all.
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