Young, Untrained and Unpaid Caregivers Frequently Experience Anxiety When Caring for Loved Ones
The American College MassMutual Center for Special Needs
Characteristically young, untrained and unpaid, caregivers frequently experience anxiety when caring for loved ones, and they often need help with financial and legal planning. The "Easter Seals Many Faces of Caregiving Study" conducted by Impulse Research Corp. found that caregivers in the U.S. are young, and 90 percent are unpaid.
Thompson, Nicole Akoukou, "Young, Untrained and Unpaid Caregivers Frequently Experience Anxiety When Caring for Loved Ones" (2015). In the News. 777.
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