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Marketplace Morning Report

GE has a long-term care insurance problem

by Kimberly Adams Jan 1, 2019
Caring for the elderly is expensive for insurers and for families.
A home health aide helps an elderly man with his laundry in Miami.
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New software program aims to help the elderly live longer on their own

by David Brancaccio Jan 11, 2017
The project is the brainchild of a former Wall Street analyst.
A home health aid assists a Florida resident.
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Nonprofit uses music to improve care for dementia patients

by Marketplace Contributor Nov 8, 2016
Since the program started in February, there’s been a 60 percent drop in patient falls.
Candyce Slusher, left, and Christy Duarte, right, help patient Marilyn Mecke listen to Julio Iglesias on her iPod.
Lucia Benavides

The economic value of caring for your elderly parents

by Chris Farrell Dec 5, 2013
The Gross Domestic Product doesn’t count volunteer work at all, and that includes unpaid care-giving for a sick loved one. But with such high costs for elderly home care, there’s often no alternative, as Marketplace’s Chris Farrell says.
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Some comfort for caregivers

by Lizzie O'Leary Sep 20, 2013
What resources are available for people who take care of sick or elderly loved ones?

The cost of caregiving

by Lizzie O'Leary Sep 13, 2013
Taking care of an ailing loved one is difficult emotionally, physically and financially. One caregiver shares her story.

For elderly, falling down can be costly accident

by Audrey Quinn May 17, 2013
When a senior citizen falls to the ground, the resulting injury can cost tens of thousands of dollars. So health care professionals are working to eliminate the risk of falling down.

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New technology helps Swedish care for elderly

by Marketplace Contributor Dec 25, 2012
Sweden has taken giant steps when it comes to heath care. With one of the oldest populations and highest life expectancies in the world, the Scandinavian nation is using new medical technology to care for its aging citizens.

Medicare's unexpected beneficiaries

by David Gura Nov 2, 2012
The government medical program for the elderly means seniors and their families have more money to spend on other things.

The cost of taking care of mom and dad

by Adriene Hill Jul 13, 2012
For many seniors, they reach a point where they can't do it all and they need a little to a lot of help. The cost of the assistance often falls to the children.