The AP-NORC Center’s 2018 Long-Term Care Poll asks Hispanic adults about language and cultural barriers, as well as their attitudes towards telemedicine and technology.
Long-Term Care in America: Increasing Access to Care
The AP-NORC Center’s 2018 Long-Term Care Poll asks Americans age 40 and older what they think about telemedicine and other issues related to care.
Younger Adults’ Experiences and Views on Long-Term Care
The AP-NORC Center’s sixth annual Long-Term Care Poll explores the experiences, expectations, and attitudes of younger adults, those age 18-39, compared to adults age 40 and older.
Long-Term Caregiving: The Types of Care Older Americans Provide and the Impact on Work and Family
This survey from The AP-NORC Center dives into the experiences of providers and recipients of long-term care, examining what caregivers do, how they are trained, and how they balance caregiving with other aspects of their lives.
Long-Term Care in America: Hispanics’ Cultural Concerns and Difficulties with Care
This analysis of The AP-NORC Center’s 2017 Long-Term Care Poll explores the language and cultural barriers older Hispanics face in the health care system and how they can impact care.