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As Australians stay healthier for longer, they need help to keep life meaningful after 60, writes Kelly Burke.
As a teenager, Anne Beasley had a future mapped out for her by others. It looked as conventional and uneventful as any young woman growing up in postwar Australia could expect.
The eldest of a large family, it was assumed without question that what money was to spare would go towards the education of her younger brothers. The girls would learn to type, leave school at 15, work for several years, marry and become mothers. Anne obliged.
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