Gary’s acknowledgement of affordability issues when it comes to LTC feels universal in the aging space.
Marvin is in his 40s, raising young children and working on building his career in New York City. Family caregiving has been a part of Marvin’s life for over a decade now.
When he first began caring for his father, it took Stan over 200 hours just to sort through his financials. When Stan’s father ran out of money, as too many seniors do, Stan faced another mountain of paperwork and phone calls to find options for nursing homes covered by his father’s insurance.
This November, National Family Caregivers Month, we will be sharing a series of stories, real experiences from real family caregivers. These experiences were collected and documented as a series of interviews conducted by HCG Secure and Arctos Foundation. Emmy was in her 40s when her father was diagnosed with brain cancer and she took on the role of part-time family