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Midlife and Older Americans with Disabilities: Who Gets Help?

A Chartbook

This 82-page chartbook by Enid Kassner and Robert W. Bectel of the Public Policy Institute contains a wealth of data and information on the characteristics of people age 50+ who receive help with long-term care needs. In addition to describing the population age 50 and older that receives long-term care, it presents data on the characteristics of long-term care providers, the financing of long-term care, and public attitudes about various types of service providers.

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