Team Care for the Chronically Ill In the village of Sandwich, N.H., friends take turns caring for a man with Lou Gehrig's Disease. It's a homegrown solution to fill the gaps left by insurance and social service agencies. NPR's Richard Knox tells the story of Phil Simmons and his circle of caregivers.
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In the village of Sandwich, N.H., friends take turns caring for a man with Lou Gehrig's Disease. It's a homegrown solution to fill the gaps left by insurance and social service agencies. NPR's Richard Knox tells the story of Phil Simmons and his circle of caregivers.

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