Long-Term Care: America’s Real Health Crisis
Millions of American Women are solely responsible for the care of their elderly loved ones. It is estimated that seven out of every ten adult children caring for their parents, are female. Many of these women are single, divorced or widowed, and bearing the caregiving burden alone. Learn more in this article from Senior.com.
Long-term care is the real American health care crisis. The American people know it because they’re living it. Two-thirds of American seniors recognize the need to plan for long-term care, yet only 12 percent feel they’re adequately prepared. But it is a crisis that Congress avoids, focused instead on redesigning our health care system to help the uninsured.
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