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Who Will Care For Me?

Nearly two-thirds of adults over 40 have no idea how they’ll pay for long-term care when they’ll need it. That’s one of the dismal findings from a recent survey exploring the state of aging and caregiving.

More than half of those interviewed admitted they’d done virtually no planning for their long-term care needs. The poll was conducted as a joint effort by the University of Chicago’s NORC Center for Public Affairs Research along with the Associated Press.