Senior home health care: Senior Population, Demand for In-Home Care Growing in Low-Density Areas

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From 2000 to 2016, the number of adults 65 or older living in low-density metro areas increased by more than 6 million people, totaling about 15 million. Additionally, another 8 million seniors live in non-metro areas, according to the report. Meanwhile, the percentage of seniors living in dense urban neighborhoods fell.

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