Isolation and ‘impossible choices’: When caregiving goes into lockdown

Isolation and ‘impossible choices’: When caregiving goes into lockdown

Even before the coronavirus, caregiving had become Sade Dozan’s every day. About a year and a half ago, her parents moved close by to help Dozan, 30, and her husband, Michael, with their infant daughter in New Jersey. But soon after, her 69-year-old mother suffered a...
How eldercare takes a toll on women’s careers and health – and how employers can help ease the stress

How eldercare takes a toll on women’s careers and health – and how employers can help ease the stress

Two years ago Liz Rejman was ready to hop a flight to California for an important meeting, when she received a phone call from her elderly father’s assisted-living facility. He had broken his wrist. “You have to make choices. Does work come first in a moment when your...