On Monday, The Washington Post posted the results of a report that share who is out of work: Four times as many Americans are out of work taking care of adult family members than those who stopped working to care for children during the pandemic. It’s an eye-opening stat but it shouldn’t shock us. During our personal caregiving experience, we struggle to find and receive help because of the direct care workforce shortage. We may worry so much about moving a caree into a facility that we continue to care at home even as care at home becomes more stressful and challenging.
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