Robert M. La Follette School of Public Affairs

Older People, New Problems: Implications for Long-Term Health Care in Wisconsin

As Wisconsin's population ages, with an expected 90 percent increase in the number of people 65 and older from 2000 to 2030, demand for long-term health will increase. This report examines informal caregiving, Wisconsin's major community-based long-term care options and ideas for alleviating the workforce shortage in long-term health care. Presentation slides

Additional Info

  • Volume or issue no.: Public Affairs Workshop, Domestic Issues, Public Affairs 869, taught by Andrew Reschovsky in Spring 2005
  • Author(s): Stephanie Caucutt, Andrea Hoekman, Tori Key, Melissa Schmidt, Hilary Shager and Natalie Walleser
  • Client Name: the Wisconsin Joint Legislative Council