WGBH Forum Network; FRONTLINE: Living Old
FRONTLINE: Living Old Miri Navasky, producer, FRONTLINE Karen O'Connor, producer, FRONTLINE Mike Sullivan, executive producer, special projects, FRONTLINE The Boston Center for Adult Education hosts a preview screening and panel discussion of FRONTLINE: Living Old a new PBS documentary examining America's looming health care crisis. Produced by Miri Navasky and Karen O'Connor, Living Old explores how the nation's already overburdened geriatric health-care system is facing a possible meltdown, as Americans age 85 and over now represent the fastest-growing segment of the population at a time when there are fewer and fewer workers to care for them. Miri Navasky and Karen O'Connor discuss the film and answer audience questions, along with geriatrics experts and representatives from the Executive Office of Elder Affairs and the All Care Visiting Nurse Association. Mike Sullivan, FRONTLINE executive producer for special projects, moderates the discussion.
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FRONTLINE: LIVING OLD MIRI NAVASKY, PRODUCER, FRONTLINE KAREN O'CONNOR, PRODUCER, FRONTLINE MIKE SULLIVAN, EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, SPECIAL PROJECTS, FRONTLINE
THE BOSTON CENTER FOR ADULT EDUCATION HOSTS A PREVIEW SCREENING AND PANEL DISCUSSION OF FRONTLINE: LIVING OLD A NEW PBS DOCUMENTARY EXAMINING AMERICA'S LOOMING HEALTH CARE CRISIS. PRODUCED BY MIRI NAVASKY AND KAREN O'CONNOR, LIVING OLD EXPLORES HOW THE NATION'S ALREADY OVERBURDENED GERIATRIC HEALTH-CARE SYSTEM IS FACING A POSSIBLE MELTDOWN, AS AMERICANS AGE 85 AND OVER NOW REPRESENT THE FASTEST-GROWING SEGMENT OF THE POPULATION AT A TIME WHEN THERE ARE FEWER AND FEWER WORKERS TO CARE FOR THEM. MIRI NAVASKY AND KAREN O'CONNOR DISCUSS THE FILM AND ANSWER AUDIENCE QUESTIONS, ALONG WITH GERIATRICS EXPERTS AND REPRESENTATIVES FROM THE EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF ELDER AFFAIRS AND THE ALL CARE VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION. MIKE SULLIVAN, FRONTLINE EXECUTIVE PRODUCER FOR SPECIAL PROJECTS, MODERATES THE DISCUSSION.
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