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AARP Multicultural Survey July 2001

Figure 9: Types of Help Given to Elders

Check up on the phone with them

58%

25%

83%

Visit them

51%

33%

84%

Drive them places, such as to the doctor or shopping

16%

Do house work or home maintenance for them

13%

Do the shopping or errands for them

15%

Talk to the doctor or other health providers for them

13%

Handle paperwork or bills for parents or others

13%

Frequently Sometimes

30%

32%

46%

45%

29%

23%

Deal with legal issues for them

30%

33%

36%

44%

20%

10%

20%

Contribute financially or help pay expenses for them

8%

Make money decisions for them

8%

19%

13%

21%

27%

Arrange for aides or nurses to help them

6%

11%

17%

Help with personal care like dressing, bathing, and eating

5% 7%

12%

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

Q50–61. I am going to read a list of things that people sometimes do for parents, or older relatives and friends. Please tell me if you do each of these frequently, sometimes, rarely, or never:

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