10 Jun Who Is Going to Provide the “Care” in Eldercare?
oday, this country’s 76.4 million Baby Boomers, born between 1946 and 1964, are impacting our society in ways like no group has ever before. When comparing them to preceding and succeeding age cohorts, an increased demand for long-term services and support becomes painfully obvious. This anticipation has surfaced already in the changes taking place in the public and private sectors. Governmental regulations are changing, new services are being introduced and medical professionals are changing the way they do business. *