Melissa T. Shultz is a writer, and the acquisitions editor for Jim Donovan Literary. She’s written about health and parenting for The New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, Readers’ Digest, AARP’s The Girlfriend, NBC’s Today.com and many other publications. Her memoir/self-help book From Mom to Me Again: How I Survived My First Empty-Nest Year and Reinvented the Rest of My Life was published by Sourcebooks in 2016. Melissa recently co-founded Card Sisters, a new line of greeting cards for women.
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Follow our in-depth examination of current health care offerings through an age-friendly lens. What does age-friendly health care look like, and how do you locate and access it? We cover how to prioritize your unique needs when selecting providers and treatments for yourself or a loved one.