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Lynn Friss Feinberg
policy, conducts research & policy analysis on long-term care and family caregiving for AARP Public Policy Institute,tweets on eldercare, views are my own
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Wendy Fox-Grage 15h
NEW! emerging innovation of mobility managers who can help coordinate transportation for older adults, people with disabilities, veterans, and others. Read this new pub to find out about this untapped resource plus federal funding!
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Elaine Ryan Jun 17
The Financial Cost of Family Caregiving is Real. That's why for a Tax Credit, Family Leave. More support needed.
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Wendy Fox-Grage Jun 14
Yes, it is time to reassess the use of Activities of Daily Living and Instrumental Activities of Daily Living to better reflect the realities of care.
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Justice in Aging Jun 14
Earlier this week appeared on to talk about security and how can invest in supporting the growing numbers of struggling older adults in the state through a
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Scott Frisch Jun 13
Among adults with close friends from other generations, more than a quarter met their friend at work. Great finding from the team.
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J. Suh Jun 11
The U.S. as the only industrialized country that doesn't guarantee . But, is leading the way for . Keep up until it includes all for children and older adults.
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Lynn Friss Feinberg Jun 10
Great piece! Warmed my heart.
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Lynn Friss Feinberg Jun 8
Grow Old Like ‘The Golden Girls’
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Lynn Friss Feinberg Jun 6
New important research from and colleagues shows higher Medicare spending for many frail older adults who lack adequate support for LTSS. Family caregivers can't do it alone. Most of them hold paying jobs too | Ann Intern Med | ACP |
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Amy York Jun 6
Important discussion on supporting family caregivers ⁦
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Jennifer Wolff Jun 4
More than half of bereaved spousal caregivers "going it alone" - Speaks to who bears the challenges of end of life care and raises important policy considerations
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Lynn Friss Feinberg Jun 3
Great news! Connecticut about to become the 7th state to provide to care for a new baby, deal with one’s own illness, or to care for a seriously ill family member. Inclusive definition of family too.
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Josephine Kalipeni May 31
An expansive definition of within policies like is important for everyone, including people with disabilities. @IWPRResearch webinar with &@HeidiatIWPR
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Sarah Szanton May 29
Excellent table is useful for all populations. Love the caregiver advocate and the focus on
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Family Values @ Work May 29
New law to make Maine first state with paid sick time that covers more than getting sick Congrats Maine! Together we can make it even better!
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Nicolas Martinez May 29
Webinar on Friday on the benefits of paid family and medical leave for adult health. Hear from and Dr. Kanika Arora of present.
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Lynn Friss Feinberg May 23
An inspiring and meaningful article! Lessons for us all on life, caring, and aging.
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Policies for Action May 22
. of will join us to discuss how can help Americans shoulder the dual burden of work + . Tune in on May 31 at 3pm ET: cc
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Susan Donley May 22
Far too many employers are not delivering when it comes to smart deliver of family benefits.
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David Certner May 14
Thanks to Senators Baldwin, Bennet, Blumenthal, Capito, Coons, Ernst, King, Tester, and Warren (D-MA) & U.S. Reps Tom Reed and Linda Sánchez for introducing the Credit for Caring Act, which would provide a tax credit to assist family caregivers:
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