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States are experimenting with innovative solutions to our care crisis. We as a nation must support them.
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Our stories are powerful and need to be shared so that we can begin to create solutions to the care crisis, together.
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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
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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