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This resource discusses how older volunteers use their skills to help others but also reap the benefits themselves when it comes to their social life. Learn how seniors in the United States are helping those living in rural areas receive social companionship and how they are also benefiting from their own generosity.
mental health, social interaction, lifestyle change, community
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Rated on: 7/2/2019 11:04:44 AM
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