Category: Updates

Medicare Changes Caregivers Need to Know for 2019

This article was written by Lindsay Engle of MedicareFAQ, a Medicare educational resource center and insurance coverage portal. We are...

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I’m so proud of Maine – and the #CaringMajority is just getting started

This year, Mainers and the #CaringMajority put a ballot initiative in front of voters that was nothing short of revolutionary....

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Community is essential. National Caregivers Month 2018

November is National Caregivers Month. This is when we take time to recognize and celebrate the contributions of caregivers. Caregivers...

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Philosophy Talk 459: The Value of Care – Feminism and Ethics

This podcast originally appeared on Stitcher. Listen there.  We sometimes think of the domains of ethics and morality as divorced...

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Caring Majority Report Cards Point to Glaring Care Failures, but also Path to Future

As we get older, our need for care increases. With the federal government locked in an ideological battle over the...

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Culture Change, Tech, and Care at SXSW

Our Culture Change Director, Ishita, took a trip to South by Southwest (SXSW) last month, and brought back lots of...

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What happened on the March 7 National Caregiver Call?

On March 7, Caring Across held our first national caregiver call of 2018! If you were on it, you know...

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Caregiver supports under attack

Imagine you are caring for both of your parents. They need full time care — help with cooking, cleaning, managing...

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Creating a Secure Future for Washington’s Caregiving Families

On Wednesday, January 24th, our policy director Josie Kalipeni traveled to Washington State to testify at a hearing for a...

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Celebrating National Family Caregivers Month with a Win in Ohio

Last night, voters in Hamilton County, Ohio, overwhelmingly approved Issue 5 – the senior services levy – by 72 percent....

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