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How the White House Conference on Aging Topics Affect Older Americans

If you had an opportunity to read the discussions held at the White House Conference on Aging two weeks ago, you’d know that many solutions are in the works. One topic addressed the hardship of family caregiving while working a full-time job. Ms. Ai-Jen Poo author of The Age of Dignity encouraged the panel to see the family caregivers as a mainstay of support for the older generation. And their value is extremely high. READ MORE

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Launching Aging.gov for Seniors and Caregivers

Just recently, the White House Conference on Aging opened with a discussion on caregiving. The discussions throughout the day addressed challenges that the aging population faces daily. The biggest hurdles experts tackled were:

  • The annual income made by the professional health workers
  • The growing aging population
  • The pressure put on the long-term care industry
  • The millions of volunteer family members who give care
  • And the Social Security

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How Long-term Care Planning Saves Heartache

In 2010, a study sponsored by Genworth found that sixty-three percent of consumers believe they will not need senior care as they age. But a survey by the Inquiry reported seven out of ten Americans will require at least three years of care at some point after age 65. The data backs up the eventual need, but people still deny it. READ MORE