When it comes to aging in America, there are many issues that seniors face. These include brain health/ dementia, to a broad spectrum of issues to affordable housing with services. You should also know what type of retirement community best suits your needs based on location and budget, from aging at home or Independent Living to Memory Care.
Seniors face numerous obstacles as they age, including the possibility of becoming disabled or losing a spouse. They must also consider how society will care for them in the future.
Seniors and their families will need to consider the following at some point: How are assisted living and long-term care different? What does long-term care entail? What services are provided by long-term care? How do you plan for the possibility of long-term care? What characteristics define a quality long-term care community?
Join me in conversation is Lou Woolf, President, and Chief Executive Officer, Hebrew SeniorLife.
Louis J. Woolf is the president and CEO of Hebrew SeniorLife, one of the nation’s leading not-for-profit providers of senior services and is affiliated with Harvard University.
He has more than 30 years of experience in health care administration, including positions as executive vice president and chief operating officer at Partners Healthcare System’s North Shore Medical Center and leading the Care Group Healthcare System.
Find Louis J. Woolf on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lou-woolf-2808a828/