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Date of this Version

11-12-2019

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Abstract

The Aged are prone to a lot of challenges as they assume the latent phase of their life. These challenges include loneliness, incapacitates, and degenerative diseases among others. To adequately coop with this problems, information becomes an essential ingredients. This work reports on the importance of identify the types of information needed by the aged, sources and channels of information available to them and how the information may help in modifying their life. The general inputs expected from Librarian were also discussed.

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