Together, the “Who Cares” Coalition will spearhead a broad-based social change movement redefining the cultural norms, behaviors, business practices, and policies around caregiving in the US.
Caregiving advocates gather to drive momentum for national and state caregiving initiatives for 2017 and beyond
“It is always an honor to be invited to participate in White House events, but this Summit is particularly momentous,” said Ms. Poo.
Caring Across Generations Stands On the Side of Justice in DACA/DAPA Lawsuit
Some of the best stories aren’t pitched in writers rooms, and they don’t happen on set. Instead, they start in our homes or in our workplace and star us and the people we’re closest to. They are stories about love, joy and interdependence. They are about conflict, loss and life-changing moments. They are stories anchored by dynamic, complicated relationships. They are stories of care, caring and c
CROSSOVER DAY IS NOT THE END OF THE ROAD FOR A LONG-TERM PLAN FOR LONG-TERM CARE IN HAWAI’I
The LIFEtime Act will establish an Innovation Fund to provide support for states to develop and implement long-term care solutions and pilot programs.
Caring Across Generations, a national movement of families, caregivers, people with disabilities and aging Americans working to transform the way we care in this country, joins the more than 700 groups and individuals supporting the “We Are Better Than This” campaign, calling for an end to rising hate and divisiveness in public discourse.
As America’s Baby Boomers rapidly age into their senior years, Caring Across Generations, a national movement of families, caregivers, people with disabilities and aging Americans working to transform the way America cares, is encouraged to see caregiving recognized as an issue of concern by policymakers, including the country’s 2016 presidential candidates.
Caring Across Generations co-director Ai-jen Poo has been named a "2015 Influencer in Aging" by Next Avenue