Margarida Xavier came to Massachusetts in the 1960s, when the Portuguese community in New Bedford was a booming microcosm of life back home. As younger generations integrate, life for the most elderly immigrants, who still maintain the culture and language of their home, are feeling isolated.
While retirement homes for the elderly are commonplace in the US, they are a new, and growing, phenomenon in India. Reporter Elliot Hannon visits one of the newly constructed Indian retirement communities to see who's moving in.
Some gay and lesbian Spaniards are trying to open Spain's first gay-friendly retirement home. They're doing it at a time when the new conservative government is trying to roll back gay rights legislation.
In South Korea, Many retirees are discovering they need extra cash or just something to do to make them feel productive. So a growing number of them are attending Silver Fairs. These are job fairs for work for people over 60. Jason Strother reports.
Traditional veterans organizations are struggling to attract veterans from more recent conflicts. Troops returning from Iraq and Afghanistan would rather spend time with their families or on social networking websites. The World's Katy Clark reports.