Aging Reports: Aging in Place

May 6, 2021
11:30am Central Time
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Aging in place is no guarantee of a high quality of life, but there are things we can do to prepare for the life we want as we age.

Video Descriptions

Aging Matters Series Promo | NPT Reports

Nashville Public Television's original documentary series NPT Reports: Aging Matters focuses on issues such as caregiving, finances, end-of-life, dementia and Alzheimer’s through documentaries, town halls, panel discussions, Aging Matters Updates, community conversations, and screenings.


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Aging In Place | Aging Matters | NPT Reports

The fifth installment in Nashville Public Television’s NPT Reports: Aging Matters series examines what it takes for Tennesseans to successfully age in place. It’s what most of us say we want, to age in our own home until the end of our lives. But aging in place is no guarantee of a high quality of life.

TN Senior Olympics | Aging Matters | NPT

It has been said that you don't stop playing because you get old, you get old because you stop playing. Hear why there is no age limit to active living in this story featuring the Tennessee Senior Olympics and the benefits of sport and play to healthy aging.

30 minutes


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