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ALBRIGHT LIFE: Helping seniors stay independent longer

June 22, 2013
By JOSH MONT - Sun-Gazette Correspondent , Williamsport Sun-Gazette

How many times have questions popped into your head about aging? Does it happen when your birthday comes around each year; a dreaded day for some who just want it to pass as quickly as possible without people noticing or mentioning it to you? Or does it strike a different chord, when we see a loved one struggling to cope and keep up in a fast-paced, non-stop society - one that they may not be physically and-or mentally equipped for anymore? Most all of us have been there, or we've been close to someone that is dealing with these issues on a daily basis with family or friends. But instead of watching your loved one continue this battle alone, or yourself trying to help in vain with your busy schedule and family life, there is hope and reason for optimism.



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