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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.
Hear from Nancy, a home aid worker, share why she cares.
We met with members of Congress to stabilize and strengthen the direct care workforce.
Janet has provided care for the same Seattle client for more than 15-years...
Ann shares her fight to support seniors and disabled people.
Building a better long-term care system that supports each of us, to live and age in our own homes and communities.
They work hard every day so America’s families and economy can work too.