Caregivers help seniors age at home, but some seniors are reluctant to truly rely on a caregiver.
While the thought of a natural disaster is scary, most people don’t make serious emergency plans for themselves or their elderly loved ones.
One of the areas that tend to suffer when aging adults are in charge of their own meals is that the healthfulness and nutritional content seems to decline.
An estimated 34 million adults in the U.S. are family caregivers helping an adult 50 or older. Those 34 million don't get any pay for that care. The average caregiver spends an average of 19 days helping out and 13 hours arranging medical care, paying bills, and researching matters related to care.