Widow says thank you: 'I know I was one of the lucky ones'
Imagine what it is like to not be able to afford food or a place to live as you grow older. It happened to Anna, a widow who lived at a Good Samaritan Society location in the southwestern United States. Like so many seniors, Anna needed help with the basics.
“So many people are afraid of becoming a bag lady. I very nearly was.”
An old idea new again
A tidal wave of change is happening in America. Thousands of people are turning 65 every single day, redefining what it means to be older in America.
And so we ask the question: How do you want to age? At the Good Samaritan Society, we envision an aging experience that leaves you feeling loved, valued and at peace. Included and visible.
We imagine an experience that puts the wisdom and talents of seniors at the center of communities. With you at our side, we have an opportunity to continue a journey that started at the Society nearly 100 years ago.
The moment is now. Let’s age better together.
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