R.I. Alzheimer’s registry launched

GIVING CARE: Social worker Anita Mink, left, and Elder at Home owner Carmen Roy check in on clients from their Pawtucket offices. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL PERSSON
GIVING CARE: Social worker Anita Mink, left, and Elder at Home owner Carmen Roy check in on clients from their Pawtucket offices. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL PERSSON
The first baby boomers – those born in the immediate post-World War II years and up until the early 1960s – have turned 65. In the next 20 years, that age segment will make up 20 percent of the United States population at a projected 71 million people. With the movement come warnings about a…

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