Edwina Hoyle, executive director of Memory Matters, worries that Hilton Head is unprepared for the coming "silver tsunami" when today's active retirees grow older and need additional help.
Edwina Hoyle, executive director of Memory Matters, worries that Hilton Head is unprepared for the coming "silver tsunami" when today's active retirees grow older and need additional help. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com
Edwina Hoyle, executive director of Memory Matters, worries that Hilton Head is unprepared for the coming "silver tsunami" when today's active retirees grow older and need additional help. Jay Karr jkarr@islandpacket.com

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