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Home Care Agencies May Benefit by Offering Information and Resources to Families Caring for Loved Ones at Home, Too

An estimated 44 million family members are caring for aging and disabled loved ones at home, according to AARP. Many of them don’t understand the benefits of home care support services, or have the misconception that it’s an all-or-nothing situation. In other words, some families believe they either hire home care aides and are no longer needed or that they must do everything to support this aging parent or other individual in their family.

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Walmart’s New Medical Care Model May Lead to Changes in Home Care, Too

Health care costs in the United States continues to rise. In fact, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), the federal agency tasked with running these assistance programs, anticipates that health care costs will rise about 5.5 percent per year through 2026. Finding ways to help curtail these rising costs is crucial for not just individuals, but companies and insurers. There are plenty of potential solutions, but some companies, like Walmart, are finding the answer and it could lead to other aspects of long-term care, such as in home support services.

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Wisconsin’s Looming Health Care Crisis Will Affect Home Care, Too

Wisconsin is witnessing the same type of trend that’s occurring all across the country: as baby boomer’s retire, they’re going to be taxing the health and home care industries. That means unless there are more workers to fill the need, some men and women could find themselves struggling to cope with their health changes and physical difficulties on their own.

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