Estimates are that nearly 20 percent of U.S. workers (even more among middle-aged workers) are providing care for older adults, and half of the current workforce expects to be providing eldercare in the near future.
Better is Possible.
Have you ever asked if it is time to get help? If so, then it probably is. Many older adults and their families have a hard time deciding if it is time to get help and figuring out which options are right for them. To help answer these questions, FamilyMeans has partnered with Roobrik, a family care online decisions tool, to bring you a website that can help.
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