Caring During COVID-19

Our guide to caregiving during coronavirus: from working at home to supporting a parent in lockdown to staying healthy

Dear Caregiver

Dear Caregiver

What you are feeling is normal. I promise.

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CBS On Aging in America

CBS News ran a feature last week titled “Aging in America: Stuck in the Middle” about the burden of long term care for seniors, and their caregivers, who fall in the middle – not too poor and not too rich. You can watch the segment here.

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Why Caregivers Should Lean In

Many women tell me that Sheryl Sandberg’s book Lean In is not applicable to them. “I’m not interested in building a high-powered career, I am interested in building a well-rounded life,” they say. That’s exactly why they should lean in at work. We know that female caregivers often suffer career, and therefore, financial, setbacks due to caregiving. According to The National Alliance […]

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Caregivers, If You Want Flexibility at Work, Do This

Are you looking for resources to help you balance caregiving and career? Become a member of Working Daughter to access our exclusive content. CLICK HERE to join. You will receive tools and tips, coaching, and access to a supportive community that understands the challenges of balancing life and caregiving.  

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5 Essential Items for Working Caregivers

If you’re juggling a job and caregiving, you need to be prepared for anything,     anytime – working in between doctor’s appointments, sleeping in the ER, and caring for yourself no matter how hectic your day gets.Keep these 5 essential items handy at all times. 1. A laptop and mobile hotspot Caregiving involves a lot of […]

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A Message for Managers: 3 Ways to Support Caregivers at Work

We talk so much about the impact parenting has on workers and yet parents can affect a career too. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there are 39.6 million people providing eldercare in the U.S., and the majority of them are women. The average caregiver is female, married, late 40s, with a living parent or parents […]

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