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Service in place


Dear ER:

If the goal of the Beach Cities Health District is to help Redondo Beach seniors “age in place,” then a 95-foot high concrete wall is not the answer. But the answer just might be more in-home services. I lived at Seasons Senior Apartments for seven years. Though most seniors at Seasons appreciate the BCHD help, they believe more help with substance abuse, shopping, cleaning, post-surgery issues and maybe even an on-call nurse would go much further towards keeping them “in their homes,” rather than building expensive housing that none of them can afford to live in.

Ross Yosnow

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