The pandemic kept kids home from school and upended the workplace, placing Americans who care for aging family members under even more pressure.
Kris Brannon wants to level the playing field in long-term care in Black communities. Her experience in women’s tackle football is going to help her do that.
Annenberg Media featured an event hosted by the USC Family Caregiver Support Center regarding young caregivers in the digital age. The event featured a discussion of the “Going Gray in LA” photojournalism exhibit, a screening of the documentary “It’s Not a Burden” and a panel
Daily Trojan featured a USC Leonard Davis School event that included a screening of the documentary “It’s Not a Burden” and a panel discussion regarding young caregivers, including USC students, and their experiences and challenges with caregiving. “With the transition back to campus, for some
The event will be taking place on October 1, 2021 from 4pm-7pm PDT online and in the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology Auditorium.
A video series produced by the Enguídanos Lab offers structured accounts of how a range of individuals have benefited from palliative care.
Family-centric care management improves outcomes and social networks that support older adults in the home, says Donna Benton in a column for ASA Generations.
Honor recognizes impactful public policy work.
It’s already hard enough for elderly immigrants to receive the health care they need. USC caregivers and medical experts explain how the pandemic has made it worse — and what can be done to help.
Even small gestures like sharing recipes or making cards can help combat COVID-19-related loneliness and isolation over the holidays.