Journal article from Families, Systems, and Health, examines changes in family caregiver roles during the pandemic, specifically those helping people with chronic conditions and disabilities to navigate healthcare needs. Caregivers reported whether they were helping “more,” “less,” or the “same” with ten health care activities (e.g., filling prescriptions, attending medical appointments) now, compared to before the coronavirus pandemic.
This archived webinar from the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) National Network Learning Series reviewed the experiences of Medicaid beneficiaries and people with disabilities in California and nationally related to vaccine prioritization and deployment. Presenters reflected on lessons for policy and practice that will support greater equity moving forward. The webinar featured Andy Imparato, executive director of Disability Rights California, and MaryBeth Musumeci, associate director at the Program on Medicaid and the Uninsured at the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF)
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