Changing Face of America: Mom's Good Move This year, Peg Collison joined tens of thousands of older Americans in making the move from her home of almost thirty years into a retirement community. She had planned for the move, saving her money and taking out long-term health insurance. Still, her decision to move was difficult for her family, her friends and herself. As part of our series on the Changing Face of America, Peg Collison and her son, radio producer Dan Collison, produced a three part series on her transition. It's called Mom's Good Move.
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Changing Face of America: Mom's Good Move

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Changing Face of America: Mom's Good Move

Changing Face of America: Mom's Good Move

Only Available in Archive Formats.

This year, Peg Collison joined tens of thousands of older Americans in making the move from her home of almost thirty years into a retirement community. She had planned for the move, saving her money and taking out long-term health insurance. Still, her decision to move was difficult for her family, her friends and herself. As part of our series on the Changing Face of America, Peg Collison and her son, radio producer Dan Collison, produced a three part series on her transition. It's called Mom's Good Move.