Long-Term Living reported on Lancaster Pollard's 2014 Seniors Housing and Care Survey. Among the notable findings is the fact that Alzheimer’s and memory care will be the areas of senior care that will experience the most growth in 2015, according to senior housing and services leaders.
A new report released by the Alzheimer’s Association on Thursday, Feb. 5, projects health care costs associated with the disease will skyrocket in the coming years. The report, Changing the Trajectory of Alzheimer’s Disease: How a Treatment by 2025 Saves Lives and Dollars, predicts that Medicare and Medicaid costs related to Alzheimer’s will more than double by 2030 and will nearly quintuple by 2050.
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