Young caregivers face many challenges

    The majority of elderly or ill Americans are being cared for at home, by family members. We think of spouses, siblings, or adult children shouldering the burden – but experts say there is a big population of little-known caregivers.

    The majority of elderly or ill Americans are being cared for at home, by family members. We think of spouses, siblings, or adult children shouldering the burden – but experts say there is a big population of little-known caregivers.

    WHYY’s Behavioral Health reporter Maiken Scott spoke with psychologist Dan Gottlieb about this group.

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