As Americans grow older, more and more of us need help with our daily activities. It could be a little help or a lot of help, depending on the situation. Of course, the level of assistance we need can change over time.
According to a recent study by Bankers Life Center for a Secure Retirement, 68% of middle-income boomers are providing care for a parent and 17% are providing care for a spouse or partner. According to the survey, about two-thirds of those boomers prefer to be cared for in their own home.
Read more: https://www.aaepa.com/2019/09/how-will-you-obtain-the-care-you-need/
- How You Can Provide for Your Disabled Child and Still Qualify for Medicaid - September 17, 2021
- How Will Life Insurance Policies Impact Medicaid Eligibility? - September 13, 2021
- A Funeral Plan is Not Always the Best Medicaid “Spend-Down” Solution - September 9, 2021