Marriages are often shaken to the core when one spouse becomes sick or disabled and the other takes on new responsibilities.
Research on aging needs to include the voices of older adults.
People increasingly rely on devices and home modifications to supplement care as they age at home, but payment options are limited.
An innovative program brings older women together to help one another and address an all-too-often unmet needs.
Death and its companion, grief, are often ignored at nursing homes and assisted living centers. Yet ignoring the loss can lead to depression, staff burnout and other problems.
The implications of later-life caregiving are considerable.