Category: Updates

Resisting efforts to take away our care, the Caring Majority prevails

If you stayed up watching C-SPAN like I did, I’m sure we went through the same whirlwind of emotions. At first, nervous about the upcoming vote, then hopeful as it looked like some Republicans would vote no, then distraught as some key moderates voted yes, then finally joyous as three Republicans -- Senators Collins, Murkowski, and McCain -- cast their votes to kill the bill.

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Family Caregivers Win in Hawaiʻi!

Hawaiʻi just passed a first-of-its-kind bill to support family caregivers, the groundbreaking Kupuna Caregivers program.

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A movement for family caregivers

You can join the movement of family caregivers Vanessa describes below by clicking here. Family caregivers don’t get much help....

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A Devastating Budget For Caregiving Families

This week’s release of the administration’s full budget proposal showcased a full-scale attack on family caregivers and the people we...

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Hawaiʻi on verge of historic legislation for family caregivers

In a moment when our entire care system — from the Affordable Care Act to Medicaid to Medicare to the...

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And we’re off! Universal Family Care campaign launches in Maine!

On February 20, 2017, Caring Across Generations and our partner organization Maine People’s Alliance launched a bold new campaign calling...

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Power Couple: Caregivers & Seniors push Congress to protect the ACA

As Congress threatens to repeal the Affordable Care Act, millions of people are worrying about whether their health care coverage...

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Where We Go From Here

On the evening of the historic Women’s March on January 21, 2017, which saw more than three million Americans in...

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A Framework for State Solutions

With Millennials becoming parents and Baby Boomers getting older, the need for care across all generations of our families is growing.

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The We Won’t Wait summit was powerful

The We Won’t Wait summit had a profound experience on me. It taught me about the intersectionality of care in this country and the importance of addressing the rights of professional in-home caregivers, while at the same time addressing the issues faced by family caregivers and elders.

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