November is Long-Term Care Awareness Month, and 70% of those over age 65 will require long-term care in the future.
Whether you’re already on Medicare or planning for the future, make sure you understand how Medicare will help you pay for long-term care.
78% of adults receiving care at home rely on loved ones for care. There are 45 million informal caregivers in the U.S.
92% of family caregivers make a major work change from full-time to part-time hours or take a leave of absence to be a caregiver.
11% of caregivers moved closer to a parent or family member to give them more care.
Long-term care takes a physical, mental, and emotional toll on you, your caregivers, and other loved ones. Take steps to avoid burnout.
Get resources and support if you’re a caregiver providing long-term care.