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PBS NEWSHOUR

More Latinos move to long-term care facilities

  • Aired: 01/03/2014
  • 08:41
  • Rating: NR
Traditionally, Latino American seniors have lived out their years at home, receiving care from family members. But as economic factors shift, more Latino elders are moving to nursing homes or going to day centers to receive additional support. The NewsHour's Mary Jo Brooks reports on how some facilities have addressed the need.
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