Most seniors prefer to stay in their homes, instead of institutional care. Advocates say strengthening the programs and grassroots efforts that support that goal is not only more caring, it makes good economic sense. But there are challenges – from who pays for in-home-help to how available that help really is.
- Kelly Laflamme: program director at the Endowment for Health
- Steve Norton: executive director of the New Hampshire Center for Public Policy Studies
- Lisa Morris: executive director of the Lakes Region Partnership for Public Health
- Russ Armstrong: Member of the New Hampshire State Committee on Aging and Vice President of Monadnock at Home.