There are some 40 million Americans like my patient’s daughter. Every day, they help a parent, grandparent, relative or neighbor with basic needs: dressing, bathing, cooking, medications or transportation. Often, they do some or all of this while working, parenting, or both. And we — as doctors, employers, friends and extended family — aren’t doing enough to help them.
- Without Obamacare, could the state pick up the slack?
- REFORM BILL WOULD DRASTICALLY ALTER SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS