An AARP report ranks Minnesota second in the nation in overall quality of services for older adults.

Still, the report warns that the nation as a whole is unprepared for the demographic boom of older adults who will need help with the basic activities of daily living. The oldest Baby Boomers will turn 80 in 2026, and that is the age when people are much more likely to need help.

The Star Tribune gives an overview of the study, and the full report can be found at