Video Interactive – Perspectives on Caregiving (2018)

Unpaid family members and friends provide much of the long-term care that older Americans need to remain in their homes and communities as they age. However, these caregivers often shoulder a large personal burden themselves, according to an AP-NORC Center survey of adults with caregiving experience. This AP-NORC Center video interactive explores the perspectives of these informal caregivers.

Infographic – Caregivers often neglect their own needs while providing care

According to a new survey by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, 35 percent of caregivers have skipped routine care, 33 percent skipped a recommended treatment, and 31 percent didn’t go to the doctor at all when sick or injured as a result of their caregiving responsibilities. Others cite impacts to their personal finances. Still, 60 percent say they feel supported in their role as a caregiver.

Video Interactive – Long-Term Care at Home: Understanding the Range of In-Home Services Available (2017)

Millions of Americans require support with daily living activities due to aging, and the majority of this assistance takes place in home and community settings, not institutions like nursing homes. This AP-NORC Center video interactive explores how home health care aides factor into the overall home care picture and uses findings from 2017 Long-Term Care Poll to see what older Americans expect from them.