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You Take Care of Mom, But WHO Will Take Care of YOU?

A recent study by the American Association for Retired Persons Public Policy Institute has uncovered an alarming trend in the number of family caregivers who will be available to care for aging Baby Boomers.  The report is focused on studying the number of potential caregivers between the ages of 45 and 65 for each person 80 or older.

The report, The Aging of the Baby Boom and the Growing Care Gap: A Look at Future Declines in the Availability of Family Caregivers contains some data that will be valuable to owners of private duty home care companies, and shows the huge potential for the future of our business over the next twenty years as today’s baby boomers go into retirement and need caregivers of their own.  

Take a look at this infographic that presents the highlights of the study.

Then take some time to read the full report. 

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