AARP Ranks NH 32nd in the Nation for Providing Long-Term Care Services to Seniors
The American Association of Retired Persons recently released a report scoring the state in several different areas. All told, despite having the 4th largest population of individuals 65 and older, New Hampshire ranks in the bottom half of the country in caring for our seniors.
Frank Guinta released the following statement:
“Earlier this year I set out on a Health Care Listening Tour after having heard from Granite Staters that ObamaCare was failing New Hampshire. We toured senior centers, long-term care facilities, nursing homes and more. The message was striking. Our seniors are hurting.
Carol Shea-Porter believes in a one-size fits all, top down, government run approach to health care. This approach is not working. Her stubborn refusal to listen to or meet with Granite Staters is doing a grave disservice to us all. New Hampshire deserves better."