More seniors with some level of dementia live by themselves

A growing number of people with dementia already live alone – more than 800,000 across the country and 72,000 in California, according to a new Alzheimer’s Association report. Half of them have no specific caregiver.
With the aging of the independent-minded baby boom generation, which has been more likely to forgo childbearing and more apt to divorce, those numbers are expected to soar.

“More seniors with some level of dementia live by themselves”
Bellinghamd Herald
March 19th, 2012

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