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This interview first appeared in Home Health Care News. Read the original there. Ai-jen Poo, who advocates for domestic workers...Read More
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This article originally appeared on Quartz. Read it there. The term “kupuna” in Hawaiian translates roughly to elder, or grandparent,...Read More
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As pundits debate the merits of the Affordable Care Act and health care applications slowly creep upward toward 7 million, there is a little known provision in the ACA that will have a profound impact on how Ohio cares for its elderly.
Black History Month gives us a moment to reflect on the progress our country has made in the name of racial justice – and the distance we still have to go.
Watch our co-director Ai-jen Poo talk about the care economy on MSNBC
More of us are caregivers than ever before. Share this infographic with all of the caregivers in your life.
In 2013, more than 100 caregivers and care consumers gathered in DC to tell Congress that we need a long-term care system where we can all get the quality care we need.
Caring Across Generations to Host Senate Briefing Celebrating Mother’s Day & Honoring Women for Their Roles in Long Term Care by Calling on Congress to Take Comprehensive Approach to Strengthening Long-Term, In-Home Care System
To keep up with the aging population we need to transform our long-term care. But first we need to talk, out loud, about care.
There are between 800,000 and two million domestic workers, a majority of which are women, in the U.S.
Kimi Lee shares her story on the challenges of caring for her aging parents and her newborn baby.
Dorothy Davis shares her inspiring story of surviving breast cancer and talks of the care she received from her daughters.