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  2. Elderly care - Wikipedia

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    More than 1 million senior citizens are served by these assisted living facilities. [34] Last-year-of-life expenses represent 22% of all medical spending in the United States, 26% of all Medicare spending, 18% of all non-Medicare spending, and 25% of all Medicaid spending for the poor. [35]

  3. Old age - Wikipedia

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    Old age is the range of ages for people nearing and surpassing life expectancy. People of old age are also referred to as: old people, elderly, elders, seniors, senior citizens, or older adults. [1] Old age is not a definite biological stage: the chronological age denoted as "old age" varies culturally and historically. [2]

  4. Old age and driving - Wikipedia

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    Most state laws allow senior citizens to continue driving provided they meet the same requirements as younger adults. Some states require persons above a specified age to take certain tests when renewing their licenses, up to and including a road test, or to receive a physician's certificate stating they are medically fit to operate a motor ...

  5. Age at Home: How to Save Money on Senior Care - AOL

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    The Ruth Sheets Center now cares for 25 seniors a day and is licensed for up to 32 when COVID-19 limits are lifted. Ten hours of care costs $71, or about $7 an hour.

  6. Social Security: What is the Senior Citizens Inflation ... - AOL

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    For 2022, the Social Security earnings limit is $19,560 and for every $2 you exceed that limit, $1 will be withheld in benefits, per the SSA. A new bill called the Senior Citizens Inflation Relief ...

  7. Senior Olympics - Wikipedia

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    Masters athletics. The National Senior Games (Senior Olympics) are a sports competition for senior citizens in the United States. It is conducted by the National Senior Games Association (NSGA) once every two years. Akin to the Summer Olympics, it is a multi-sport event devoted to adults above the age of 50. It consists of regional competitions ...

  8. Free College Courses for Senior Citizens in All 50 States ...

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    A senior citizen age 65 or older can take up to six tuition-free credit hours at the University of Texas at ... Some schools limit senior citizens to a certain number of classes or credits; ...

  9. Sexuality in older age - Wikipedia

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    A review of STI treatment clinical trials found that 72.7% of risk-reduction clinical trials excluded participants over the age of 50, and 88.8% excluded those over the age of 65. In order to generate more responsive SHS and engage a population that is often excluded from participatory research, researchers need to include older adults in ...