I am my own Wonder Woman!

We all know that being there for our families is non-negotiable. And we know that family caregivers will do whatever...

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Take Care of Care-Workers

This article originally appeared in US News & World Report. Read it there.  Every morning, two separate workforces, heading in...

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I’m Sandwiched Between Elder and Child Care—and I’m Not Alone

This article originally appeared in Slate. Read it there.  Several years ago, my parents were in town from Rochester, New...

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Referendum Campaign Launched in Maine for Universal In-Home Care

This article originally appeared in The Free Press. Read it there. The progressive group Maine People’s Alliance is spearheading a...

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The American Care Landscape: Challenges and Solutions for the 21st Century

This article originally appeared in the Oxford Academic Public Policy and Aging Report. Read it there.    When my father...

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America’s Oldest State Campaigns for Universal Home Care

This article originally appeared on Home Health Care News. Read it there.  A local coalition of senior and public advocacy...

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I didn’t realize it would be so powerful and energizing

Ever since starting as Caring Across Generations’ National Membership Organizer last year, I had heard about our Annual Field Gathering....

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Senior Care for All Launches in Nation’s Oldest State

MAINERS LAUNCH NATION’S FIRST REFERENDUM CAMPAIGN FOR UNIVERSAL HOME CARE (SOUTH PORTLAND, ME) – In the nation’s oldest state, volunteers...

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How Negotiating Care For the ‘Silver Wave’ Can Lead To Real Work/Life Balance

This post originally appeared on Forbes on September 7, 2017. Read it there.  What’s the secret key to achieving work/life...

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How we’re neglecting our elders and the workers that care for them: Q&A with the filmmakers of Care

This post originally appeared on The Ford Foundation. Read it there.  Meet Vilma – she came to the United States...

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