Looking Ahead: Rural-Urban Differences in Anticipated Need for Aging-Related Assistance
Findings brief using information collected through the 2011-2012 National Health Interview Survey, describing the degree to which rural and urban adults ages 40-64 anticipate that they may need help later in life, and where they expect they will find it. Features statistics with breakdowns by race or ethnicity, urban or rural location, insurance status, overall health quality, amount of anticipated need for assistance, and reported activity limitations.
Janice C. Probst, Karen M. Jones
Rural and Minority Health Research Center (formerly the South Carolina Rural Health Research Center)
Elderly population · Home and community-based services · Home health · Rural-urban differences · Statistics and data