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The percentage of retirees returning to work has picked up momentum in recent months. Staying healthy and having access to health care are among the factors that allow people to remain in the workforce – or not. On Wednesday, May 25 at 2:00 p.m. ET, join Washington Post Live for a conversation with thought leaders in the health-care community and a key lawmaker as they explore ways telemedicine can provide better access especially for seniors working full-time at the highest rate on record.
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Content from Johns Hopkins Medicine-National Capital Region
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Moving Health and Well-Being for Seniors Forward
In a segment presented by Johns Hopkins Medicine- National Capital Region, Carolyn Carpenter, President will highlight programs geared to the specific needs of this population, like the Sibley Senior Association, Club Memory, Senior Shape, Oasis, Villages, and wellness classes and support groups (both online and in-person).
Carolyn Carpenter, M.H.A., F.A.C.H.E.
President, National Capital Region, Johns Hopkins Health System