About the Contributor: Terry Lynch

Terry LynchTerry Lynch left a federal long-term care advocacy position in 1985 to establish his speaking and consulting business, Strategies for Independent Aging, in Racine, Wisconsin. He soon began living his work, helping his mother remain at home for ten years in spite of significant medical problems and a memory disorder. In his book But I Don’t Want Eldercare! he highlights the invaluable support he and his mother received from direct care workers. In 2007, the governor appointed him to the Wisconsin Board on Aging and Long-Term Care. He is also a member of the DCA’s board of directors.

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