Two out of 10 people in America will become caretakers for loved-ones, mostly in addition to their full-time jobs.1 With a fifth of adults preparing to or already providing care for aging loved ones, it’s important to recognize the responsibilities – both financial and physical – that come along with being a caregiver. Let’s take a look at a few statistics that shed light on the role many of us will play as those we love need extra help and support.
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