Lessons From the Workplace: Caregiving During COVID-19

Lessons From the Workplace: Caregiving During COVID-19

One in six working Americans provides unpaid care to a family member or friend with a chronic, serious, or disabling health condition. Cancer researcher Shivapriya Ramaswamy counts herself among the privileged minority in this significant, but historically...
2020 Census

2020 Census

We are excited to announce that we’ve partnered with the U.S. Census Bureau to support the 2020 Census! As a partner, NAC will be working to ensure that our network of caregivers and advocates are accurately represented. Every 10 years, the Census Bureau undertakes a...
Dementia Dramatically Increases Family Expenses

Dementia Dramatically Increases Family Expenses

The average lifetime cost of care after a diagnosis of dementia in the U.S. is about $322,000, and families pay about 70% of that, new research suggests. The cost of care is $185,000 higher for someone with dementia than for someone without it, the study authors wrote...