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3 Ways to Have A Great Partnership With Your Nanny

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This article was originally written by Erica Sklar and appeared in ParentCo. People usually hire nannies when they’re at super overwhelming moments—they have to go back to work, they just had a baby, or they’re realizing that they can’t manage all that needs to be accomplished without another set of hands. But once you hire a

Biden-⁠Harris Administration Announce Executive Actions to Improve Care

FACT SHEET: Biden-⁠Harris Administration Announces Most Sweeping Set of Executive Actions to Improve Care in History

Excerpt reposted from Whitehouse.gov Today, President Biden will announce the most comprehensive set of executive actions any President has ever taken to improve care for hard-working families while supporting care workers and family caregivers. Joined by people with disabilities, family caregivers, long-term care workers, early educators, veterans, and aging advocates, the President will sign an

New Webinar Series for Employers in New York

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This Women’s History Month, Hand in Hand in partnership with the NYC Department of Consumer and Worker Protection, the NYC Commission on Human Rights, and the National Domestic Workers Alliance, launch a new education and implementation initiative for employers of nannies, house cleaners and home attendants. Through webinars, individual consultations, and written resources, the program

Thank You 2022 donors and members!

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Aquila Fund Blue Shield of California Foundation BNY Mellon Community Partnership California Domestic Workers Coalition CARE Fund Caring Across Generations Chen Carlisle Fund City of Seattle Office of Labor Standards Cole Family Charitable Fund Comunidades Sin Fronteras Connecticut Don Levin Trust Elias Foundation Ford Foundation From Now On Fund GitHub Gratitude in Motion Fund James

Recognizing Family Caregivers

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November is National Family Caregivers Month which recognizes over  65.7 million people who assist a loved one with personal care, skilled nursing tasks, and care management sometimes around the clock.  Family Caregivers are partners, spouses, grandparents, parents, and children of all ages who provide support to a loved one with essential daily tasks. Twenty-four percent

A Year Later: Remembering Engracia

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Answering Engracia’s Call A year ago, our community lost Engracia Figueroa, a member of Hand in Hand’s California chapter, and a fierce and powerful advocate for people with disabilities.  Engracia passed away on October 31st, 2021 due to complications from injuries she sustained when United Airlines destroyed her custom wheelchair on a return flight home

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