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Aging in Place Could Save Money, Benefit Health Outcomes in Public Housing for the Elderly

Provider Nurse Talking with Senior Patient

A ScienceBlog article details a clinical study from the University of Georgia establishing that training service coordinators in low-income public housing can better assist aging residents, improve their health outcomes, and save money. Holding onsite diabetes education is listed as one intervention to improve elderly health. The clinical investigation was published in the Journal for the Housing of the Elderly. Read more at ScienceBlog.