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My Mom’s Memory

About a year and a half ago, when my mom was 71, I noticed her memory was worsening more quickly...

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Meet Malcolm: Our new California Campaign Manager

We’re so excited to welcome Malcolm Harris as our new California Campaign Manager. Malcolm brings a wealth of deep on-the-ground...

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TAKE ACTION: Protect Home Care in New York State!

 Nationwide, COVID-19 has devastated nursing homes, and nursing homes account for over 40% of COVID-19 deaths across the country....

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PRESS RELEASE: American Rescue Plan Provides Much Needed Short-term Relief for Caregivers, Begins to Fulfill Biden Administration Promise to Rebuild Care Infrastructure

American Rescue Plan Provides Much Needed Short-term Relief for Caregivers, Begins to Fulfill Biden Administration Promise to Rebuild Care Infrastructure...

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To End the Caregiving Crisis, Reimagine the Care Economy to Support Its Cornerstone: Black Women

This article first appeared in the Morning Consult. Read the original there. Black women have long been the cornerstone of...

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Former NFL player breaks down standards of masculinity

This video first appeared on GMA 3. Watch the original there.  Devon Still updates us on his daughter’s cancer battle...

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The care economy as an infrastructure investment

This article first appeared in The Hill. Read the original there. Infrastructure investment is at the top of the agenda for...

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A love letter to male caregivers: Justin Baldoni discusses the caregiving crisis with Nathan Kress, Devon Still and others in new series

This article first appeared on The Hill. Read the original there.  Just a few minutes into the first episode of...

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My Care Story

In the Fall of 2017, I found out I was pregnant. I was excited, joyful and… concerned. There are so...

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“If he gets COVID, it’s over”: I talked to spousal caregivers during COVID, here’s what I’ve learned

Family caregivers are everywhere. The latest studies show there are 53 million of them, an increase of 9.5 million in...

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