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Assistance helps seniors stay in homes

6:54 PM, Jul. 5, 2013
Norma Erdman who is ninety-years old can manage some tasks by herself but does rely mostly on family members for assistance that enables her to live in her own house independently.
Norma Erdman who is ninety-years old can manage some tasks by herself but does rely mostly on family members for assistance that enables her to live in her own house independently.
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Norma Erdman is the picture of an independent senior citizen.

"I want to eat when I want to and go to bed when I want to. I'm a night owl," the 90-year-old said.

Erdman lives at home, with the assistance of an array of helpers and visitors that her adult children have helped her accumulate. With a cleaning lady, a driver, a helper for personal care, nieces who keep a monthly lunch date, and a Breakfast Club she attends, Erdman keeps everyone's schedule sharply organized in her mind, and is grateful that, "All fell into place as I needed something." ...

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