Neonatal nurse Jeannie Joseph vividly remembers the day the 3-pound infant was brought in a shoebox to the special care nursery at SwedishAmerican hospital in Rockford. The tiny infant wore a baby doll's onesie and was wrapped in a dish towel.
If you are like most people 55 and older, you prefer to 'age in place,' to stay in the home you have been in for decades and remain a part of your familiar community, rather than go to a retirement community or an assisted living complex.
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