Changes in elder care proposed in New York City

The city’s senior population is rising fast with an imbalance of programs and services in neighborhoods where aging populations live, according to a new report by city Comptroller Stringer. The senior population in New York, which has grown 19.2 percent since 2005, currently faces issues from affordability, transportation and housing, Stringer said, calling for a “holistic,” “agency-by-agency” take-down of these challenges.

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