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Free program provides education on elderly living

March 7, 2013

Stephanie Edmunds, Director of Elder-Choice, speaks Thursday before the Clay County Board of Supervisors.

It’s inevitable. Most adults will one day have to make some tough but wise decisions about the care their parents will receive as their parent progresses into a more mature, elderly age.

Elder-Choice is now offering seniors and families of elderly people free advise and support on their options as they age and the healthcare system.

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