3 Practical Ways Financial Advisors Can Help Spousal Caregivers
Source: Caregiving in the US: 2015 Report, The National Alliance for Caregiving and the AARP Public Policy Institute, 6/15. Most recent data available.
"There are only four kinds of people in the world: Those who have been caregivers; those who are currently caregivers; those who will be caregivers; and those who will need caregiving."
— Rosalynn Carter
Former First Lady and founder of the Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving
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2Family Caregiving, helpguide.org, 7/19
39 Common Concerns About Hiring In-Home Care, agingcare.com, 2/5/20
4The emotional lives of caregivers, American Psychological Association, July/August 2019
5Caring for a Sick Spouse Can Shake a Marriage to Its Core, AARP, 11/12/19
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