Insights on PBS Hawai‘i

The Caregiver Crisis

Special | 56m 45s

Most of the 150,000 caregivers in Hawai‘i are women over 50 years old, and many are caring for someone in their 80s. Nearly half have left the workforce to be a caregiver, leaving their financial future at risk. With Hawai‘i’s aging population, the pool of potential caregivers declines so significantly that we are headed for a crisis with each passing year. Our entire island state will be impacted

Aired: 03/02/17

Rating: NR

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