I was successful, thanks to my mother. Skip Worchester on how caregiving can also unearth difficult emotions.

Skip Worchester is a 72 year old veteran, family caregiver, and elder from Hermon, Maine. Skip cared for his mother...

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The hardest time of my life. Lee Giles reflects on her past and her daughter’s future.

Lee Giles is a 74 year old family caregiver, homecare worker, and elder from Veazie, Maine. Lee’s been around the...

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Homecare in Crisis—and on the Ballot

This piece originally appeared on Stria News. Read it there. As our nation ages, our care needs are growing at...

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A revolving door that never stopped. Claire Unsinn on how she and her siblings take on caregiving.

Claire Unsinn is a 67 year old family caregiver from Kennebunk, Maine. Claire talks frankly about the challenges that come...

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Universal Home Care Is On the Ballot in Maine

This article originally appeared in Next Avenue. Read it there.  There’s an old political slogan: “As Maine goes, so goes...

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Voters in Maine weigh decision on universal home care program

This segment first aired on Marketplace. Listen to the original there. With Obamacare – also known as the Affordable Care...

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Elderly Maine considers tax hike to fund universal home care

This video segment originally appeared on PBS Newshour. Watch it there. On November 6, Maine voters will consider a proposal...

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What is a caregiver worth? Leighann Gillis of Westbrook, ME tells us.

Leighann Gillis is a 30 year old caregiver from Westbrook, Maine. One of the things that stood out for us...

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Community is essential. National Caregivers Month 2018

November is National Caregivers Month. This is when we take time to recognize and celebrate the contributions of caregivers. Caregivers...

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Home care referendum will ensure all Mainers age in grace

This piece originally appeared in the Bangor Daily News. Read it there.  My work as a pastor is deeply rewarding,...

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