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.
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.
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.
The AP-NORC Center’s fifth annual Long-Term Care Poll explores how older Americans feel about the services and support in their community, the country’s preparedness to meet the care needs of an aging population, and other attitudinal trends.
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…