Early in my clinical career I remember walking into the rehabilitation department of the skilled nursing facility where I was working with an 85-year-old patient who announced when she entered the room, “look at all these old people!” This was the beginning of my experience with what I will refer to as “the aging other.”
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- Aging Well.Little, Brown and Company, New York2002
Published online: December 16, 2015
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