Older adults Specialists travel to Haiti to necessary care for endangered Nursing Home Residents Typemet two months after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, the needs of older adults to remain in the region is an urgent priority. Martin Gorbien one geriatrician and Lauren Kessler, a licensed clinical social worker, both from Rush University Medical Center are among the first to among the first older adult specialists to Haiti to provide care to make-shift nursing homes. Gorbien and Kessler is a 10 – day mission on 18 March leaving to work with the charity HelpAge International.
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