A new survey of AARP members shows that nearly half of Hawaii residents age 50 and older (47 percent) believe it’s likely they’ll provide unpaid care to a relative or friend in the next five years. The survey underscores the importance—and increasing reliance—on family caregivers as a primary source of care for the state’s rapidly aging population.
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