"Caregiver's Election Guide" Launches on AgingCare.com
NAPLES, Fla., Aug. 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Caregiver's Election Guide has been launched on AgingCare.com, to help people who are taking care of elderly parents make sense of the election issues and what this year's presidential outcome will mean for caregivers.
Caregivers can find information on:
Ripple Effect of the Economy on Caregivers and Elders
Why every caregiver should be concerned about the future president's proposals for rebooting the national economy.
2012 Election Myths: Make Sense of the Mud-Slinging
Tired of the name-calling and finger-pointing antics that have already become a fixture of the 2012 presidential race?
Voting By Absentee Ballot: For Seniors Who Can't Get to the Polls
Seniors and caregivers who are homebound can still vote by applying for an absentee ballot.
Long-Term Care: The Election's Forgotten Issue
Many baby boomer caregivers worry about how they will be able to pay for their own long-term care needs, a concern inspired by the current struggles of their elderly loved ones. But neither party is directly addressing the issue.
Should Aging Parents With Dementia Lose the Right to Vote?
As dementia worsens, should seniors be denied the right to vote? Where do caregivers draw the line?
AgingCare.com is a leading website that connects people caring for elderly parents to other caregivers, personalized information, and local resources. AgingCare.com has become the trusted resource for exchanging ideas, sharing conversations and finding credible information for those seeking elder care solutions. For more information, visit the AgingCare.com website.