A 3D printed, high-grade plastic nurse assistant may be behind the scenes at your next hospital visit, allowing human coworkers more time at the bedside.
As inflation continues to climb, Michigan’s $2.35-per-hour pay boost simply isn’t enough to lure new workers.
The need to build bridges to these isolated seniors has never been more critical.
Bridge Michigan discusses Michigan’s elder caregiving crisis and potential solutions and challenges of caregivers.
For Paula Duren, her one-woman mission to help families overwhelmed by caregiving is personal.
Part 1 of a package on the growing problems associated with eldercare and potential solutions.
A long-sought-after bump in pay has helped keep some direct care workers on the job, performing crucial services in a pandemic. What if it goes away?
Home health agencies are becoming creative to maintain health workers. Michigan agencies are boosting pay, while a New York co-op could provide a model to a deepening crisis.
Michigan is getting older, and there aren’t enough workers to care for seniors and those with disabilities. The pandemic has worsened things, as few are willing to risk their health for menial pay.