Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Statistics on Long Term Care

Older adults with disabilities, chronic illness, physical frailty and disabilities are the primary recipients of long term care. This is becoming a pressing need to Americans since more people are getting older and becoming more vulnerable to long term care. 

According to the 2010 Census, the northeastern United States, which includes Vermont, Maine and Connecticut, has the most number of older adults in the country, followed by the Midwest, which includes Nebraska, Indiana and Wisconsin.

Click here to read more facts and figures on long term care statistics in the United States.

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