Podcast Review: Age to Age

There is a podcast in the Medical University of South Caroline ‘Age to Age’ series freely available here. The podcast is a short interview between author Sally Smith and Mary Peters who has started up a business in the USA with an emphasis on delivering care in the home environment to older adults. The interview covers a number of sensitive issues such as the guilt that family caregivers may experience when they feel they haven’t done enough for their relative even after going to considerable lengths. There are also issues that at the time of writing are more relevant to the USA healthcare system. This is another brief episode in the ‘Age to Age’ series which raises the profile of important issues in healthcare delivery to older adults.

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