For Paula Duren, her one-woman mission to help families overwhelmed by caregiving is personal.
Category: Family Caregivers
Overstressed and unpaid, 1.3M in Michigan care for relatives amid aging crisis
Part 1 of a package on the growing problems associated with eldercare and potential solutions.
Can Michigan bill save funding for caregiving of adults injured in car accidents?
Michigan Radio reports on funding cuts for caregiving of adults with brain or spinal cord injuries from car accidents. Could a new bill save the day?
Meditation, mindfulness are useful tools for many caregivers
When ‘om’ can help you take care of Mom
Are ‘granny flats’ an answer for family caregivers?
Obstacles to ADUs becoming a common solution to family caregiving needs include the need to change local zoning laws.
How a program to support Latino caregivers may have discovered a new wave of patients
LAMDA has assisted hundreds of Latino families in greater Chicago. The hope is that this approach could be broadened to other communities nationwide.
Caregiving in a pandemic: Technology key to quality health care in communities of color
Caregivers of color face even more of an uphill battle caring for elderly loved ones in a pandemic. The right technology could make all the difference.
Caregiving in Rochester: 3 possible national solutions for local communities of color
In partnership with the Solutions Journalism Network, our reporters examined ways to support caregiving among communities of color in Rochester.