The NET Television series "Now What?", co-produced with the Consortium of Dementia Alternatives, helps people who are dealing with issues surrounding elder care and dementia. This episode focuses on the challenges faced by patients and caregivers in rural communities, and offers hope through information about resources, support networks, and personal stories. Dr. Anna Fisher hosts the program, and welcomes State Senator Mike Gloor of Grand Island, Dr. Jeffrey Harrison with the University of Nebraska Medial Center Department of Family Medicine, and Heath Boddy, President and CEO of Nebraska Health Care Association. Now What? Rural Health in Aging Populations is the sixth in the series of programs that examines health care for elderly Nebraskans.
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