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Working Paper | Unpaid eldercare provided by friends and family comes with costs to caregivers, including the limitations eldercare responsibilities may place on labor force participation and work hours. This study examines the relationship between the intensity of unpaid elder care and work behavior for previously full-time workers.

About a quarter of people with long-term care insurance let their policies lapse before they die.

In “A Missed Business Opportunity: Senior Centers That Are Actually Fun,” SCEPA Director Teresa Ghilarducci suggests that senior centers are an untapped market and cost-effective for government.

On August 14, 2016, Financial Times' reporter Alistair Gray describes consumer "fury" over insurance companies' efforts to increase premiums for long-term care, sometimes doubling the cost.