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Not Just 9 to 5: Expanding Child Care Options for Parents Working Nontraditional Hours

In the United States, a whopping 43 percent of children have a parent who works “nontraditional hours,” or during the early mornings, nights, or weekends. And yet just 8 percent of child care centers offer care before 7am or after 6pm. While families of all types require care during nontraditional hours, Black and Latinx workers and low-income workers are disproportionately more likely to work during nontraditional hours.

By |2022-05-11T12:40:49-04:00April 18, 2022|In the Lead, Media|0 Comments

Care Workers Join Older Adult and Disability Advocates to Call for Vital Reforms

Last week, disability rights advocates were joined by caregiving professionals and policymakers at a rally in Washington, DC, to call for much-needed investment in the care infrastructure. Rally participants delivered the call to invest in care—with a focus on home and community-based services and living wages for direct care workers—at an important moment, as Congress continues to debate legislature that would provide critical funding like the Build Back Better Act and its reincarnations.

By |2022-05-11T12:43:28-04:00April 8, 2022|In the Lead|0 Comments

March 4-5 Care Infrastructure Conference Pulls Together Experts to Explore Challenges and Solutions Facing Care Industry

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 4, 2022 Contact: William Lutz | [...]

By |2022-03-04T08:58:47-04:00March 4, 2022|Press Releases|0 Comments
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