El Semanario/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Jun 11, 2013
The complexity of Parkinson’s care challenges Latino families reluctant to seek professional options, even when love one’s decline.
El Semanario/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Jun 10, 2013
Scientists don’t know why twice as many Latinos have Parkinson’s than other minorities, but answers range from pesticides to high poverty levels.
Filipino-American Bulletin/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: Jun 07, 2013
Many Filipino elders can’t afford to stay here, and can’t get visas for family caregivers. They want a change letting them go home with Medicare.
Sarasota Herald Tribune/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Jun 03, 2013
Caregiving robots, sensors testing your vitals and sleep patterns? Sounds creepy, but it might what you’ll need in your aging future.
Sarasota Herald Tribune/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: Jun 02, 2013
Experts say seniors getting home care will double, but efforts to stay out of nursing homes mean families must guard against poor care, fraud and other problems.
Sarasota Herald Tribune/New America Media , News Feature, Posted: May 31, 2013
The emerging home care revolution means shorter hospital or nursing home stays, but could be personally and financially daunting for caregivers of aging parents.
Irish Echo/New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: May 29, 2013
As more seniors go online, fewer of them give up mainstream or ethnic print publications for “insubstantial” Internet news.
Rafu Shimpo/New America Media, News Feature, Posted: May 24, 2013
For Japanese Americans facing a growing need for eldercare, traditions of keeping things “in house” are giving way to seeking assistance and even support groups.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: May 22, 2013
As the president considers appointing a new Social Security head, a new report calls for major changes, including stronger language interpreter requirements.
PRI's The World, Video, Posted: May 17, 2013
Nannies, housecleaners, caregivers—they are sometimes called the world’s most invisible workforce. Most are women and many are immigrants.
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