Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA). Eldercare in the Workplace Survey Summary June 2010. Prepared by: Center for Healthy Aging. Survey Statistics/Highlights. Eldercare in the Workplace Survey.
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Eldercare in the Workplace
Prepared by: Center for Healthy Aging
Providing care to parents, other family members, or friends is becoming pervasive. People do not necessarily know what to do or where to go for help. This survey is designed to help identify the issues and problems of eldercare in the workplace. Once the issues are identified, we can start taking steps towards developing helpful educational and service programs.
This study is sponsored by the State of Nevada Governor’s Commission on Aging and the Center for Healthy Aging in cooperation with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. The survey questions were designed to gather information about the issues and needs that workers have in trying to meet the responsibilities of providing care to older adults (50 years and older).
All responses were voluntary and confidential
Does the care recipient have memory impairment, such as Alzheimer’s Disease or another form of dementia? (55 responders)
In a typical week, how many hours of care of each activity do you provide?