How States Respond to the Caregiving Crisis
More than one in four Americans over the age of 18 is a caregiver. Caregiving responsibilities can be physically and emotionally exhausting, affecting a person’s health and well-being. In response to this crisis, states are investing more in caregiving support programs that provide caregivers with access to respite care, education, training, and other services. These resources not only help reduce stress for caregivers but also improve the quality of life for their loved ones who depend on them for everyday needs.
Here is just a sampling of information and stats. Profiles are provided for all 50 states.