New report examines how policymakers and workplaces might better support caregivers, who are impacted both personally and professionally while providing care.
Meet alumna Jodi Olshevski MSG '91, and learn how a corporate-academic collaboration helps older adults age safely at home.
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When you are out and about — be it for exercise or an errand — it is important to be aware of your surroundings.
In honor of National Preparedness Month, USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology experts offer age-friendly advice on how to better prepare for these life-threatening situations.
The California Task Force on Family Caregiving recommend better services and supports for family caregivers.
Media Advisory Contact: Orli Belman, firstname.lastname@example.org, 213 821-9852 What: At a special legislative hearing at the University of Southern California, the California Task Force on Family Caregiving will release their final report featuring seven recommendations on how to better support and provide for family caregivers.“This
USC experts provide insights about this important issue.
Recently partnered with the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology, Youthcare offers affordable respite care for unpaid family caregivers caring for someone with early to mid-stage Alzheimer’s disease or dementia.