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January 2014

Long-Term Caregivers (INFOGRAPHIC) Alyssa Chan

January 24th, 2014 | 0

TN_LT_CaregiversGiven tremendous feedback and response from our recent Infographic series we decided to put out one more this week about long-term caregivers.  We have found that a picture is truly worth a thousand words and tells a much needed story – especially when it comes to senior care.  

The average volunteered hours for an unpaid caregiver is equivalent to working a 20 hour a week part-time job for five years. These long-term caregivers are dedicating their time to help care for a friend, family member or even an acquaintance.

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The Cost of Senior Living (INFOGRAPHIC) Alyssa Chan

January 16th, 2014 | 3

TN_Cost_of_SLAs we become older, there is more demand for help in our daily lives. However, with the upcoming baby boomer population, space at senior care homes may become limited. In addition, the cost of senior living options have a substantial increase annually. The cost of senior living varies with the type of residence, apartment size, and types of services needed. The basic rate may cover all services or there may be additional charges for special services. We have simplified the finances and defined various housing options available below in an infographic of our own.

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Dementia in the United States (INFOGRAPHIC) Alyssa Chan

January 8th, 2014 | 6

INFOGRAPHIC_Dementia_United_StatesUsing information obtained from the Alzheimer’s Association, we have gathered some recent and startling information about Dementia today in the U.S.  We have chosen to focus on Alzheimer’s Disease and have simplified it into an infographic of our own. You will also find a graph of the estimated total population in 2020 by state who are diagnosed with Alzheimer’s ages 65 and older. We chose to dig deeper into the statistics of California since many of our readers are here in California. Please let us know if you have any comments or suggestions for future infographics in the comments section below and help us share this infographic to continue to spread awareness about this condition!

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