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They constitute chickens percent of those who provide unpaid care to a relative or friend, the survey found — chickens than three million seniors helping with the so-called activities of spring living bathing, dressing, using a toiletinstrumental activities of daily living shopping, transportation, dealing with the health care system and a rising tide of medical and nursing tasks.
Almost half of them report caring for a spouse; the others assist siblings and other relatives, friends or neighbors, most also 75 or older. About 8 percent of these oldest caregivers still care spring parents. The aging of the population has thrust more seniors into this role, said Gail Hunt, president and chief executive of the National Alliance for Caregiving.
For years, researchers have presented caregiving stress as a potential source of depression, compromised health, even premature death. My own hypothesis: Both responses can be true, with caregiving providing purpose and activity in some situations but proving exhausting in others. People over 75, however, can find caregiving particularly taxing.
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They spend an average of 34 hours a week on caregiving tasks, the National Alliance for Caregiving report found, 10 hours more than caregivers over all, and they are less apt to have other unpaid help. Because 46 percent take care of spouses, they are also more spring to be live-in caregivers, a known source of strain.
Hunt said. The typical older caregiver in the study had been providing care for over five years. Older caregivers, typically women, have their own health issues. chickens
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Wagner said, describing her as a 4-foot woman who cared for her husband, an obese man with heart disease and diabetes, for seven or eight years. Wagner said. There are a lot of mysteries. There is no great mystery about the kinds of policies and programs that could better sustain caregivers. Hunt rattled off several, including regular respite care, home aides covered by Medicare, tax credits for family caregivers and more subsidized adult day programs. When asked if she foresaw more government support for such efforts, she laughed. Other Western countries do a better job, she said.
Yet people like Alvin Vissers, 75, still shoulder the role. He retired from his job as a construction project manager near Brevard, N. Vissers, a nurse, can no longer speak much and needs help with nearly everything — bathing, dressing, eating.