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With 600,000 people over the age of 70 quitting driving every year, demand for transportation to get elders to medical appointments, stores and the like will grow.
The number of seniors filing for bankruptcy has nearly doubled since 2007 to a record high of 12 percent, part of it driven by the financial crisis; another part by mounting debt for things like medical care, mortgage loans and credit card bills.
Older evacuees in FEMA's transitional shelter program have special concerns when seeking affordable housing on the mainland.
The Trump administration is offering states a path to impose new work requirements for some people who get health insurance under Medicaid, the program that serves 68 million primarily low-income, elderly and disabled Americans. This is a historic shift. Never in Medicaid’s 52 years have people had to work in order to get health insurance. […]
Predictive text, Wi-Fi and selfies were all on the lesson plan at a seminar in NYC.
The Phoenix area has become a testing ground of sorts for ride-sharing companies in a relatively untapped market.