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…
An analysis of The AP-NORC Center’s fourth annual Long-Term Care Poll reveals widespread support among Californians age 40 and older for programs that offset the cost of providing ongoing living assistance.
An analysis of The AP-NORC Center’s 2016 Long-Term Care Poll looks at how Hispanics age 40 and older feel about aging and their preferences for receiving and providing care.
Investigating older Americans’ experiences with and plans for care, and their support for policies to help them prepare for receiving care and caregiving.