Getting By


May 29, 2019

In 2016, Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) reported one in six Montanan adults provided unpaid care or assistance to a friend or family member with a health problem or disability within the past 30 days. You may be a caregiver yourself or know others who have been, are currently or will end up becoming a caregiver at some point in their life. People who provide unpaid care for an elderly, ill or a disabled family member or friend in their home are called informal caregivers. Nearly half of informal caregivers assist someone who is 75 years old or older. As the e...

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