The Caregiver Crisis

An estimated 44 million people provide full-time or part-time care for the elderly, disabled veterans, new mothers, the injured, the sick, etc. — a problem that eventually impacts everyone in the nation.

Caregivers have few tools, few support systems and receive minimal, if any, training for these responsibilities. What innovations can we develop specifically to support the caregiver community?

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Thought Leaders For This Challenge
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Peter Arno Ph.D

Director, Center for Long Term Care Research & Policy School of Health Sciences a Practice New York Medical College

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Alan Blaustein

Founder, CarePlanners

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Suzanne Geffen Mintz

CEO Emeritus and Co-founder, National Family Caregivers Association

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Barry Jacobs, Psy.D

Director of Behavioral Sciences, Crozer-Keystone Family Medicine Residency Program

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Cheri Lattimer, RN, BSN

President & CEO, CMI; Executive Director, Case Management Society of America & National Transitions of Care Coalition

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Carol Levine

Director, Families and Health Care Project, United Hospital Fund