caregiver connection. Proof at Last

June 2011
PN;Jun2011, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p30
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The article discusses the survey issued by Gallup on employed family caregivers included in its Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index. It states that the survey discovered that 16% of full-time workers or almost 16.5 billion individuals hold family-caregiving duties. It says that the index score constitutes sub-indexes which evaluate how Americans rank their healthy behaviors. It adds that the survey offers proof to the employers which indicates that employees demand special attention.


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