|Title||As dementia’s toll on the U.S. rises, new study shows major gaps in who gets care that could help them remain at home|
|Publication Type||Web Article|
|Year of Publication||2021|
|Series Title||News Release|
|Publisher||Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan|
|City||Ann Arbor, MI|
|Keywords||Caregiving, Dementia, Education, Income, race|
A new study provides stark statistics about a reality that 6 million Americans with dementia and their families live every day: one where people with dementia receive hundreds of hours a month in unpaid care from spouses, adult children and other relatives, and where some rely on paid help including nursing home care.