Frontline long-term caregivers look back at the early days of the pandemic The New England Health Care Employees Union, District 1199NE, SEIU, and the Union’s Training and Upgrade Fund are proud to present the book “Care Under COVID.” Union nursing home caregivers and home care workers will be sharing their stories from the front lines
Last year, I came up from Florida to visit my 85-year-old mother in Middletown and decided it was time to stay. Mom had several strokes a number of years ago. Her right side is paralyzed and she suffers from dementia, which when I visited was getting worse. She kept saying how much she missed me.
Nursing home workers lined the steps of the Capitol on Wednesday, demanding PPE. They say their companies are not providing enough of it and want the state to step in. The Grimes Center Currently has 31 percent of their residents currently diagnosed with COVID-19. Like many other nursing homes and long term care facilities across
Fifty-two years ago, when the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. famously asserted the dignity of all work, he seemed to foresee this moment when it would become so clear that the labor of everyone — farmworkers, grocers, delivery drivers, caregivers, nursing assistants — was essential to all of our health and well-being. “One day,”
Listen to this morning’s edition of “Where We Live” on WNPR featuring #SEIU1199 President Rob Baril and Licensed Practical Nurse Rhoda Lawrence. #ProtectAllWorkers #CaregiversCount #GetUsPPE
PCA In Home Caregiver’s should stay informed with information from the State of CT DDS website: https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus Concerning COVID-19 and how you can protect yourself and others. Here is a link that includes a Screening Flow Chart for you before you provide care to others. Please click on the link below to access important information:
MEMORANDUM TO: Interested Parties FROM: Global Strategy Group DATE: February 5, 2018 RE: POLL RESULTS: Connecticut voters support creating new revenue sources over cuts to services As debate continues over solutions to Connecticut’s budget crisis, recent poll results indicate that a broad majority of Connecticut voters – including many Republicans – support addressing the budget deficit by creating