Beth and Caroline Munro laugh as they play on Caroline’s communication device at the kitchen table in their home. Beth Munro is one of many caregivers over age 60 in the U.S. who are waiting for the person they care for to get more Medicaid services.
Beth and Caroline Munro laugh as they play on Caroline’s communication device at the kitchen table in their home. Beth Munro is one of many caregivers over age 60 in the U.S. who are waiting for the person they care for to get more Medicaid services. Jen Fifield Pew Charitable Trusts
Beth and Caroline Munro laugh as they play on Caroline’s communication device at the kitchen table in their home. Beth Munro is one of many caregivers over age 60 in the U.S. who are waiting for the person they care for to get more Medicaid services. Jen Fifield Pew Charitable Trusts

What happens to intellectually, developmentally disabled people as caregivers age, die?

August 28, 2016 06:00 AM