In this photo taken Aug. 13, 2011, Jean Lynch, right, spends time with her mother Hazel Eng, 89, at the Ecumen nursing home in North Branch, Minn. As part of the facility's Awakenings program, Eng was taken off the powerful antipsychotics she was taking, and now beams as she ambles the hallways, reads the newspaper, tells stories and constantly laughs. (AP Photo/Genevieve Ross) Associated Press
The U.S. population of adults over 65 is rapidly growing. So how do we meet the challenge of caring for an aging population?
Reset learns about creating a long-term care plan and finding resources for caregivers.
GUESTS: Margaret LaRaviere, deputy commissioner of senior services at the Chicago Department of Family and Support Services; executive director of the Chicago Area Agency on Aging
Larry Nisenson, chief growth officer for Assured Allies
Amy Goyer, AARP’s National Family and Caregiving Expert