After rising steadily for nearly a century, the percentage of women 65 and older who live alone has fallen since 1990. Sharon had Parkinson’s disease and was looking for someone to help take care of her house. Deb was retired and looking to “right-size” from a big condo downtown. See how these boommates found each other—and real friendship.
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