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The Care Can’t Wait Coalition applauds today’s introduction of the Child Care Stabilization Act and urges Congress to act immediately to protect the child care of more than three million children and keep 70,000 child care providers open with this $16 billion in emergency child care funding.
Proposed rule Section 504 change will ensure the rights of disabled people are protected and the value of disabled lives is clear.
In response to the the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), issuing a proposed rule that seeks to establish comprehensive staffing requirements for nursing homes Nicole Jorwic, chief of advocacy and campaigns at Caring Across Generations, released the a statement.
One Year After Passing the IRA, Congress Continues to Ignore the Urgent Need to Invest in Care
Dozens of workers, caregivers, leaders and advocates from 14 organizations rallied in Los Angeles to call on California elected leaders to pass SB 616, which would require California employers to provide seven, rather than three, paid sick days per year.
In a crucial show of unity, workers, caregivers, leaders and advocates from 14 organizations will gather in Los Angeles for a rally to call on California elected leaders to pass SB 616, which would require California employers to provide seven, rather than three, paid sick days per year.
On Wednesday, June 28, the Michigan legislature passed their final FY 2024 state budget which decreased Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s proposed $1.50 wage increase for direct care workers providing Medicaid home- and community-based services to only $0.85.
In response to the one year anniversary of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization decision this week, Nicole Jorwic, Chief of Campaigns and Advocacy of Caring Across Generations, released a statement.
Caring Across Generations Partners With Geena Davis’s Institute and USC’s Norman Lear Center To Study Caregiving Representations in Scripted Television...
In response to the Supreme Court ruling in favor of Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County, Indiana v. Talevski, Nicole Jorwic, chief of advocacy and campaigns at Caring Across Generations, released a statement.
Caring Across Generations leadership is excited to announce the voluntary recognition of its employees’ union, Communications Workers of American Union (CWA) 1180.
Caring Across Generations Responds to POTUS Signing the Fiscal Responsibility Act
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 3, 2023 Caring Across Generations on POTUS’ Debt Ceiling Agreement Speech Bipartisan Budget Agreement Protects Medicaid...
Gov. Kemp’s Removal of the Direct Care Worker Wage Increase in FY 2024 Budget Harms Georgians TO: Interested Parties FROM:...
Ai-jen Poo celebrates Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter's dedication to caregiving
In response to President Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy reaching a deal on the debt ceiling, Nicole Jorwic, chief of advocacy and campaigns at Caring Across Generations, released a statement.
Disability and aging groups and Senator Bob Casey were joined by care advocates and nearly 500 activists from around the country for a Save Medicaid Online Rally on May 24.
Today, elected leaders introduced the Family And Medical Insurance Leave (FAMILY) Act and the Healthy Families Act to address the country’s paid family and medical leave crisis.
In response to President Joe Biden’s speech this afternoon in Valhalla, New York regarding the debt limit, Nicole Jorwic, chief of advocacy and campaigns at Caring Across Generations, released a statement.
On Friday, Governor Brian Kemp removed the legislature’s bipartisan approval of the Department of Behavioral Health and Human Services $6/hour wage increase recommendation for direct care workers supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the final FY 2024 budget.
Following the Biden Administration releasing the largest slate of executive actions for care in history, Michigan legislators and the Care Can't Wait Michigan Coalition gathered Thursday at the Capitol for the first meeting of the Bipartisan Care Caucus meeting to create a space in the state legislature devoted to the issue of care, as well as to uplifting women of color caregivers and those receiving care across the state of Michigan.
Yesterday, Senator Patty Murray (WA) and Congressman Bobby Scott (VA) reintroduced the Child Care for Working Families Act (CCWFA) to help working families find and afford the child care they need to succeed, improve the quality of care for all children, increase compensation and provide training for child care workers, and jumpstart our economy by creating thousands of new child care jobs.
In response to the House vote passing the Default On America Act, Nicole Jorwic, chief of advocacy and campaigns at Caring Across Generations, released a statement.
It’s important that any presidential campaign continues to build on these successes and pass vital legislation supporting families — including policies and plans to strengthen the country's care infrastructure.
In response to the Supreme Court’s ruling to uphold FDA approval of mifepristone, Nicole Jorwic, Chief of Campaigns and Advocacy of Caring Across Generations, released a statement.