The Social Depression: America Failed Its Elderly – The Atlantic

We never found the balance between safety and resident quality of life and dignity,”
— Read on amp-theatlantic-com.cdn.ampproject.org/c/s/amp.theatlantic.com/amp/article/617496/

The, “we” is what needs to change first. A root cause analysis of the challenges we have faced in housing, serving and caring for elderly individuals during COVID will evidence the systemic issues are a function of social and cultural norms that have defined how we view aging, death and dying. Until we are willing to have a frank and candid discussion across society not much else will .

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