News - Caring Across Generations

The Big, Feminist Policy Idea America’s Families Have Been Waiting For

This article first appeared in The New York Times on June 23, 2019. Read the original here. A vast majority...

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Universal Family Care: Big, Bold, Doable

On Monday, June 24th, we took a huge step forward in changing the way that we care. Because the way...

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Caring Across Generations Statement of Support for Reproductive Rights

At Caring Across Generations, we believe that all people deserve access to quality and affordable care across the lifespan, so...

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Bold, innovative care campaigns are winning! Three lessons from Washington.

News is flowing out from the Pacific Northwest about the passage of the Long-Term Care Trust Act! Signed into law...

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New Tax Will Help Washington Residents Pay for Long-Term Care

This article first appeared in The New York Times on May 13, 2019. Read the original there.  Eligible residents who...

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Washington State Has Created the Nation’s First Social-Insurance Program for Long-Term Care

This article first appeared in The Nation on May 13, 2019. Read the original there. About three years ago, Ruth...

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For Help With Long-Term Care Costs, Look To The States

This article first appeared in Forbes on May 10, 2019. Read the original there. The advent of major economic change...

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Washington Becomes First State to Approve Publicly-Funded Long-term Care

This article first appeared in The Intercept on April 26, 2019. Read the original there.  WASHINGTON STATE LAWMAKERS on Tuesday...

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Aging in America: News and Trends From 2 Summits

This piece is excerpted from an article that first appeared in Next Avenue on April 24, 2019. Read the original...

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The labor-rights activist who helped win 2 million US caregivers higher wages warns that robots aren’t the real threat to workers

This article first appeared in Business Insider. Read the original there.  Sarita Gupta’s mission is to ensure that we don’t...

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