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This past Tuesday, Minnesota's home care workers and the clients they care for won a resounding victory, when it was announced that the state's home care workers had voted to come together and advocate for quality jobs and better care for the people they serve.
ThrowbackSummer: Join us in celebrating the bonds connecting us across generations
Caring for our aging parents is an incredible and important task, and our stories and experiences matter.
Today’s Supreme Court decision in the Harris v. Quinn case has made it more difficult for parents and grandparents in Illinois to secure the quality care they need to live independently in their homes. Quality care begins by ensuring quality jobs, and one cannot be separated from the other.
On Thursday, June 12, we held an event with the Center for American Progress. Watch it here.
I’m Sarita, one of the co-directors of Caring Across Generations. In honor of Father’s Day, I wanted to share the story of my dad, and why this work is so personal to me.
In this wide-ranging interview, Ai-jen speaks about the importance of uniting aging Americans, people with disabilities, and their caregivers in a movement centered around valuing care.
I joined the Caring Across movement because of my mother, Rebecca. In honor of Mother's Day, I want to tell you a story about my mom, and the reason why I believe so strongly in the movement we’re building.
Participate in our second #Blog4Care blog carnival! This time, we're highlighting stories about caring for our aging parents.
I’ve been a direct care worker for almost 40 years, 25 of them in home care. During the past 10 years I have witnessed a critical depletion in my workforce as demand grows.