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  • The Graying of Disability

    August 7, 2019 // 3 Comments

    Ron Berger — Most anyone who lives long enough can expect to have an experience with disability before they die. Moreover, as people live longer, on average, we are witnessing a process of what gerontologists Jeffrey Kahana and Eva Kahana call the “graying of disability.” Thus, US Census data indicate that about 25% of individuals 65-74 years live with an identifiable disability, as do about 50% of individuals 75 years and older. Additionally, Social Security [...]

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