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Most Family Caregivers Are Registered to Vote
Most U.S. family caregivers are registered to vote, and those who are not registered are not interested or need assistance with the process.
U.S. Caregivers' Use of Technology to Help with Caregiving
Most caregivers are comfortable with technology, and three-quarters are interested in using technology to assist with caregiving.
Older adults are uncertain about how to pay for long-term care services, with many believing that Medicare would cover those costs.
Long-Term Care in New York: Home Care Workers Need Fair Pay
NY voters 50+ would prefer to receive long-term care at home and support increasing state services and funding.
Nebraska Voters Want Policies that Improve Caregiving Supports and Long-Term Care
Nebraska voters age 50-plus were surveyed to gauge their views on caregiving, long-term care, technology, and telehealth.
2021 Tennessee Long-Term Care Survey
Registered TN voters age 50+ back policies that support family caregivers, help people age in place, and require quality care.
Support for WA Cares Fund Grows as Washingtonians Learn More
A majority of (51%) of Washington voters support WA Cares. Support grows as people learn more about how it differs from private long-term care plans.
Caregiving Can Be Costly — Even Financially
AARP study among family caregivers to quantify their out-of-pocket expenses and risks to financial security for caregiving.
Voters 50+ Support Caregiving Tax Credit and Expanded In-Home Care
Voters 50+ strongly support a $5,000 tax credit for family caregivers, and they support increasing resources for in-home care.