SPOTLIGHT

Elder

Risk Management Essentials for Village Leaders

Older adults love their communities—they have spent decades building their current home and social life. Although some aging adults choose to move to a retirement community or to assisted living, the majority of older Americans would like to continuing living in their own homes for as long as possible. Grassroots organizations called “Villages” can make “aging-in-place” a viable option by easing the access to services without which persons would often be forced to move from their homes.

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BIFOCAL, the Commission on Law and Aging's bi-monthly journal, provides timely, valuable legal resources pertaining to older persons, generated through the joint efforts of public and private bar groups and the aging network

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