Español Los Angeles, CA. August 24, 2018. - The California Hospital and Family Caregiver Law, Empowering the Next Generation of Caregivers, Paid Sick Law, All of Us Research Program, the status of LGBT Older Adults community and Alzheimer’s awareness, are just a few key issues that will be addressed during the National Hispanic Council on Aging’s (NHCOA) Town Hall: Building Bridges to Engage Diverse Communities at The California Endowment on August 30, 2018.
English Los Ángeles, California, 24de agosto de 2018. - La Ley para Hospitales y Cuidadores Familiares en California, empoderar a la próxima generación de cuidadores, el Permiso Familiar Pagado, El futuro de la salud: Programa Científico All lof Us, la situación actual de la comunidad de adultos mayores LGBT y la concientización sobre la enfermedad de Alzheimer, son solo algunos de los temas que serán desarrollados durante la Asamblea Ciudadana: “Construyendo puentes para la inclusión de las comunidades diversas”, organizada por el Consejo Nacional Hispano para el Adulto Mayor (NHCOA, por sus siglas en ingles) el próximo 30 de agosto de 2018 en The California Endowment.
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Español AARP strongly supports the Paid Family Leave program because family caregivers who work shouldn’t have to choose between caring for a loved one and making a living.
Español. St. Barnabas Senior Services presents the 2nd annual AGING INTO THE FUTURE – SoCal’s Tech + Aging conference where tech leaders, seniors and experts in the aging field come together
Diagnosed with dementia and without a job, volunteering for the issues and people she cares about the most has kept Jackie Coleman happier than ever before. Shortly after Coleman lost her dream job as a disability rights lawyer due to her diagnosis, she decided to become an AARP member and soon after that a volunteer with the AARP California Capitol Response Team, “where I make sure that we get approved the right laws that benefit those who are 50 years of age and over.” Her passion for advocacy also motivated her to become a volunteer with the Alzheimer’s Association.
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