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End of Life

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Advance planning can help you and your loved ones make the right choices when the time comes.

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Age Wise in the Capital Region

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Join Moderator Benita Zahn and a panel of experts as they explore how to age in the Capital Region.

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Communities That Care

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See how people and organizations are transforming where older adults live into communities that care.

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Caregiving

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From formalized volunteer programs to respite; learn how people are managing the challenges and experiencing the rewards of caring for a loved one.

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How to Age in Place

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Continuing to live in your home as you age can be challenging. 

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