For People 50+ Care Preferences Matter


2014-2020 data: Adults 50+ feel their care preferences are being considered more often, but stark racial, economic, and geographic inequities remain.  In a comprehensive analysis of older adults’ care preferences, Marc Cohen, PhD, and his team at The LeadingAge LTSS Center @UMass Boston and Community Catalyst found that since 2020, more older adults feel their care preferences are being usually/always considered, but their experiences vary, highlighting inequities. VIEW CHART BOOK

Date Updated: 06/16/2023

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