[iv] Statistics Canada: Portraits of Caregivers 2012
[v] Hollander, J. M., Liu, G., & Chappell, N. (2009). Who cares and how much – Calculate rational – the cost to replace adult caregivers aged 45 + caring for those 65 years and older with long term health or physical limitations) with members of the paid workforce at market rates (entitled to benefits, vacation, supervisory support,
education and other overhead obligations of an employer).
[vi] Federal Government of Canada: When Work and Caregiving Collide: How Employers Can Support Their Employees Who Are Caregivers, 2014
[xiv] All statistics are from Caregiving in the U.S. 2015 report with the following exceptions as marked: a) Young Caregivers (2005); b) Valuing the Invaluable (2015); c) Family Caregivers: What They Spend, What They Sacrifice (2007).
For more information, contact the Administrator, IACO c/o National Alliance for Caregiving, Washington, DC USA email@example.com+1 301-718-8444.