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The Future of Caregivers

THE FUTUREO of Caregivers "What these numbers tell us is that relying on family and friends to provide long-term care may be unrealistic in the future," said Lynn Feinberg, a senior strategic policy adviser at AARP. What's Causing This Impending "Care Gap?" RISING PEOPLE INCREASED LONGER DISABILITY WHO NEVER HAD KIDS DIVORCE AMONG 50+ LIFE SPANS RATES 68% of Americans age 40 and older are counting on their families to supply long-term care when and if it's needed Population Shift: 2010, 2030, 2050 2010 2030 2050 99 83 82 78 60 34 20 20 11 BABY BOOMERS 80 & OLDER 45-64 Potential caregivers will be in much shorter supply starting in 2026 TRANSAMERICA Source: The New Old Age (The New York Times) NOI17IW

The Future of Caregivers

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Transamerica takes a look at the future of caregivers. This infographic provides the statistics on how realistic it is to rely on family and friends to provide long-term care.



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