There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to dementia. Each family or person needs to decide what works best for their loved one and their own situation. Learning more about the disease can open up new opportunities for family caregivers to connect with their loved ones.
In March 2020, the federal government put special coronavirus rules in place that helped hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians maintain stable health insurance and avoid food insecurity during the pandemic. However, the federal government recently ended some of these special rules that is now rolling back two pandemic-era federal policies.
AARP is pushing state lawmakers to pass two bills that would provide paid family leave for Pennsylvanians. The proposal includes an insurance program that would be funded by small deductions from workers' paychecks.
AARP Pennsylvania, in collaboration with the SeniorLAW Center, is working to provide older Pennsylvanian’s with the valuable resources and information that are available for grandparents who may be caring for a grandchild.