7/29/2015 – Who Will Care for Us – The Aging, Childless and Single Population?

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Studies indicate that people over the age of 65 years will need some form of long-term care help. Genworth said sixty-six percent would need extra care while The Inquiry said seven out of ten would need it for at least three years. Most people rely on a family member, a spouse or a partner for help. But what happens when an individual has none of the above? Who can they count on for help in an emergency or when they get sick?

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