September 2016

posted 09.26.2016
By Beth Lueders Across all continents, an estimated six million people are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease; one million of them live in the United States. Each year in America, another 50,000 to 60,000 new Parkinson’s cases are detected, creating an even wider circle of loved ones, clinicians…
posted 09.12.2016
By Stephen Campbell Over the next three decades, the population of adults older than age 85 will triple, and demand for direct care workers—personal care aides, home health aides and nursing assistants—will rise dramatically. We will need 1 million new direct care workers from 2014 to 2024,…