New Resource Guide from WHCoA: Federal Resources for Caregivers. One of the most important and rewarding jobs a person could have is to be a caregiver. Yet, caregivers often feel alone and overwhelmed, especially those who take care of their parents, grandparents, spouses or siblings.
#TBT to our Miami Open Forum a couple of weeks ago. We shared experiences and collected insightful recommendations and ideas from our wonderful participants for the upcoming White House Conference on Aging. Looking forward to continuing our 2015 Promoting Communities of Success Regional Meetings next week in #Dallas! http://bit.ly/1JYUlBH
What is “Supporting”? Supporting a Thunderclap campaign is like signing a petition but with the added power of simultaneously sharing a message. You and every other supporter are standing up for an idea with the power of your voice. How to support? How do I support? Choose between your Twitter, ...
Did you know employee turnover costs businesses millions of dollars each year? This cost could be reduced by establishing workplace standards like #paidsickleave and fair scheduling. To help business owners understand the cost of turnover, CLASP and the Center for Economic and Policy Research have released a dynamic tool which allows employers to calculate turnover costs by responding to 10 questions: http://bit.ly/1JL6yKa
Working to improve the lives of Hispanic older adults, their families, and caregivers
Headquartered in Washington, DC, the National Hispanic Council on Aging (NHCOA) is the leading national organization working to improve the lives of Hispanic older adults, their families, and caregivers.