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Knowing about generational trends can help us understand some of the issues faced by caregivers of all ages. Older adults are working past their typical age of retirement and young people face poor-paying jobs in an unstable economy. There is also great diversity in how families are made up which further complicates caregiving roles. Read this resource to learn more about these trends and challenges.
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Rated on: 5/17/2021 1:13:29 PM
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