This infographic uses findings from the 2014 Long-Term Care Poll to show the growing need for long-term care services among Hispanic Americans. It also highlights the expectations and concerns of Hispanics age 40 and older regarding aging.
Infographic – Long-Term Care and the Impact of Caregiving on Familial Roles (2014)
This infographic uses data from the 2014 Long-Term Care Poll to explore how many older Americans provide long-term care services to a loved one, who they provide care to, and the effect that caregiving had on their lives.
Video – Aging in America: 5 Things You Need to Know About Long-Term Care (2017)
Long-term care comes with high costs, both for those who need care and the families who support them. With an aging population, many people in America will be receiving or providing long-term care in the future but haven’t yet prepared. This video from The AP-NORC Center outlines five key things Americans should be thinking about…
Infographic- Older Hispanics face language and cultural barriers in getting care
Hispanics face obstacles in getting culturally competent care, according to a study of Hispanic Americans age 40 and older from the 2017 Long-Term Care Poll. The study reveals that older Hispanics often experience negative effects as a result of the language and cultural barriers they encounter while navigating the health care system.