You’ve Got to be Taught… CONTRIBUTED BY JACK LEVINE In Rogers and Hammerstein’s South Pacific, we are given this lesson in song… You’ve got to be taught to hate and
Caregiver Assist – Of, Buy and For Family Caregivers Here are the first five episodes of 30-minute interviews with family caregiver specialists and real-life caregivers willing to tell their stories.
#GoCordless to Keep Your Grandkids Safe October is National Window Covering Safety Month. Many grandparents and caregivers are unaware that window covering cords can lead to strangulation in under a
By Jody Gastfriend, VP Senior Care, Care.com As the holidays approach, I want to share a story with you. It’s the story of a friend of mine, Noreen – a
By Jody Gastfriend, VP Senior Care Services for Care.com As the holidays approach, I want to share a story with you. It’s the story of a friend of mine, Noreen –
By: Christine Crosby, Editorial Director for GRAND Magazine I just read where a third of grandparents who care full time for their grandchildren are still in the work force. But
November is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and April is Autism Awareness Month. Alzheimer’s and autism have some similarities: they are both cognitive disabilities with a tendency to wander and the inability to find their
Jonathan’s grandmother has cared for him as long as he can remember, but now at age 15, he is caring for her. Lisa runs straight home from school to help
As presiding judge for five years for Chicago’s Cook County Child Protection Division, I have ruled on hundreds of difficult cases involving children who have been the victim of abuse
Today’s Grands continue to make a major difference in their communities and families long after they’ve retired. There’s a reason why the Boomer generation is so influential in society—and it’s
I live in Tennessee, and two weeks ago I became the primary caregiver for my 2-year-old and 2-month-old granddaughters. I work full-time and go to school two nights a week.