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Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care Blog

Alzheimer’s programs, or those more generally for dementia across the state, are not just involved with improving the quality-of-care patients receive in the hospital. They also want to ensure a … Continued

The Lack of Rural Health Care Options   More than 100 hospitals have closed in rural communities. North Carolina ranks third nationwide in rural hospital closures, with 11 hospitals closing their doors. Learn how communities in … Continued

Increasing Food Access   It is estimated that more than 1 million North Carolinians live in food deserts. Food deserts are neighborhoods that have limited access to affordable and nutritious food. Access … Continued

Volunteering Builds Social Capital for Older Adults

Through successful volunteering placements, older adults can develop new social skills and connections, thereby strengthening their individual social capital.