MDH Encourages Caregivers To Remember 'ABCs Of Safe Sleep' For InfantsThe Minnesota Department of Health is encouraging parents to talk to caregivers about the ABCs of safe sleep for infants.
Minnesota Business Aims To Give Caregiving Families A BreakA Minnesota woman is trying to make sure every caregiver the state gets a well-deserved break.
Wisconsin Gov. Evers Proposes Creating $500 Caregiver Tax CreditThe tax credit was included in budget proposals Evers announced that are targeted to help children and families, with spending on everything from child care services to Alzheimer's research.
Study: Caregivers In Rural Areas Lack Workplace SupportThe study found that overall caregivers living in rural areas received less workplace support than those living in an urban area.
Some Minnesota Caregivers Fighting To Withdraw From UnionA group of personal caregivers are fighting to withdraw from their union, but say the state is making it difficult.
Minnesota Caregivers Rally For Higher Pay At State CapitolThey're asking for a 5 percent pay hike, or about 55-cents an hour.
Call For Pay Hike To Address Caregiver ShortageA State House Committee took a big step Tuesday to raise the pay for thousands of Minnesota caregivers.
Mall Of America Celebrates Minnesota Caregiver Appreciation DayCaregiverStrong is joining the Mall of America to celebrate caregivers across the state of Minnesota. Jake and Beth Chaya began CaregiverStrong to help connect good caregivers to the people that need them.
Living With Alzheimer’s: A Look At The Life Of A CaregiverThey are often the people most affected by a cruel disease, the caregivers of Alzheimer's patients.
State To Implement Stiffer Checks For CaregiversBy January, every new worker who cares for children, the elderly and other vulnerable populations at home or in state-licensed facilities will be required to be fingerprinted and photographed. It's part of a new law that intensifies criminal background checks for Minnesota caregivers.
Lawmakers Back Caregivers Seeking State Rate BumpCaregivers for the elderly and disabled scored a major victory Monday when lawmakers from both parties in the Minnesota House and Senate committed to a 5 percent state rate increase aimed at preserving quality care for more than 92,000 people.
Minn. Caregivers For Disabled, Elderly Seek Boost Caregivers for the elderly and disabled got a head start Tuesday on lobbying Minnesota lawmakers to approve a 5 percent rate increase for home and community based services, using a rally attended by hundreds and presided over by supportive legislators.
Disabled, Caregivers Protest Possible Budget Cuts At CapitolHundreds of people with disabilities and their caregivers were also at the state capitol Tuesday protesting possible budget cuts.