Caring for an adult child with disabilities in retirement

published 2 months ago by Dr. Frederick B. Covington

Hundreds of thousands of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in America are living and receiving care at home. But their aging caregivers, many of whom are parents or siblings, are worried about who will continue to care for their loved ones when they are gone. Christopher Booker reports on some steps being taken to support families as part of our series, ‘Rethinking Lifespan.’

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