Caring for the Disabled Elderly: Who Will Pay?

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Chapter 1
1.
U.S. Congressional Budget Office, Long-Term Care for the Elderly and Disabled ( Washington, D.C., 1977), p. 1; and Pamela Doty, Korbin Liu, and Joshua Wiener, "An Overview of Long-Term Care," Health Care Financing Review, vol. 6 (Spring 1985), p. 69. These capacities are known as the "activities of daily living"; see Sidney Katz and others, "Studies of Illness in the Aged: The Index of ADL," Journal of the American Medical Association, September 21, 1963, pp. 914-19.
2.
Technical Work Group on Private Financing of Long-Term Care for the Elderly, Report to the Secretary on Private Financing of Long-Term Care for the Elderly ( Washington, D.C.: Department of Health and Human Services, November 1986), chap 2., p. 22.
3.
The aged-85-and-older population is projected to increase from 2.7 million in 1985 to 16.0 million in 2050, a rate of growth nearly three times as high as that for the 65-84 age group. As a proportion of the elderly population, the 85-and-older age group will increase from 9 percent in 1985 to 24 percent in 2050. U.S. Bureau of the Census, "Projections of the Population of the United States by Age, Sex, and Race: 1983 to 2080," Current Population Reports, series P-25, no. 952 ( Washington, D.C.: Department of Commerce, May 1984), table 6.
4.
William J. McAuley and Rosemary Blieszner, "Selection of Long-Term Care Arrangements by Older Community Residents," Gerontologist, vol. 25 ( April 1985), p. 189.
5.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 1982 National Long- Term Care Survey, available from the National Technical Information Service, accession nos. PB-86-161775 and PB-86-161783.
6.
Robyn Stone, Gail Lee Cafferata, and Judith Sangl, "Caregivers of the Frail Elderly: A National Profile," Gerontologist, vol. 27 ( October 1987), p. 620.
7.
Korbin Liu and Kenneth G. Manton, "Disability and Long-Term Care," paper presented at the Methodologies of Forecasting Life and Active Life Expectancy Workshop, Bethesda, Md., June 25-26, 1985, p. 14. For another estimate of the level of caregiving and its imputed financial value, see Lynn Paringer , "The Forgotten Costs of Informal Long-Term Care," in Long-Term Care Costs: Project to Analyze Existing Long-Term Care Data, vol. 6, report

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