Chief Healthcare Executive June 21, 2024
Ron Southwick

Millions of Americans are taking care of loved ones, and they’re struggling. AARP’s Susan Reinhard talks about ways organizations can help those workers.

About 48 million Americans are taking care of loved ones, and the majority of those caregivers are also working, the AARP says.

Many employers are struggling to deal with the strain of their caregiving duties while also meeting their work responsibilities. Two out of three caregivers (67%) say they are struggling to balance their work and taking care of family members, according to a survey done by the AARP & S&P Global.

Susan Reinhard, senior vice president and director of the AARP Public Policy Institute, spoke with Chief Healthcare Executive® about the stress on caregivers, and how...

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