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I am so privileged because my daughter is on Medicaid, and because of the severity of her disability she gets benefits for in-home care. I know not everyone is fortunate enough to have that kind of access.
CROSSOVER DAY IS NOT THE END OF THE ROAD FOR A LONG-TERM PLAN FOR LONG-TERM CARE IN HAWAI’I
The plan, introduced by Senator Roz Baker, would be the first in the nation to provide universal long-term care benefits to seniors and people with disabilities. If passed, the plan would serve as a model for the rest of the United States for how to approach the mounting care crisis.
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.
At Caring Across Generations, we support home care workers in the Fight for $15 movement because quality care requires quality jobs. Recognizing the value of care, and matching wages to the value of the work caregivers do, is a vital first step toward creating a better system for all.
Caring Across Generations co-director Ai-jen Poo has been named a "2015 Influencer in Aging" by Next Avenue
What do caregivers need most? Read what our members told us, in honor of National Family Caregivers Month.
On a recent Saturday morning in Hawaii, care workers, seniors, community members, leaders and organizers gathered together for a summit on the importance of Hawaii's game-changing proposal to expand access to long-term care to everyone in the state.