Aging Population Creates Greater Need For Adult Protective Services; Remembering The Rubber Bowl

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President Trump has signed off on an executive order that would end the separation of families at the U-S Mexico border.  But Trump says the zero-tolerance policy toward those entering the country illegally will continue. Does the order help minimize political damage from the policy and the outrage it caused?   Then, the task of protecting our seniors is growing as the population ages.  We'll discuss the challenges faced by Adult Protective Services and what to watch for to spot elder abuse.  Then, we'll reminisce about Akron's iconic Rubber Bowl as demolition gets underway.


Tom Sutton, Ph.D., Director, Community Research Institute, Professor Political Science, Baldwin Wallace University   
Brie Lusheck, Public Policy Associate, The Center for Community Solutions  
Marlene Robinson-Statler, Interim Administrator, Cuyahoga County Division of Senior and Adult Services  
Frances Ladd, Assistant Director, Elder, Disabled & Community Services Division, Summit County Department of Job & Family Services 
Dan Horrigan, Mayor, City of Akron  
Mark Urycki, Reporter, Ideastream  


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