Tools for Life: An exploration on the value of personal science for care, wellbeing and community in Michigan

“We need a vision of community that is relevant and future-facing. A vision that brings us closer to one another, allows us to be vulnerable and imperfect, to grieve and stumble, to be held accountable and loved deeply. We need models of success and leadership that fundamentally value love, care, and generosity of resources and…

Yes, You Can Successfully Teach Empathy Online

Online Mapping Ourselves workshop participants came to learn more deeply, both about themselves and about others.

Beware of “Learned Incapacity”

Our Learned Incapacity for real social interaction is a detrimental cost to the coronavirus pandemic that we all must be very aware of.

The Nuclear Family Myth

The nuclear family model remains a cornerstone of the American family, and yet, it is not a successful model of living. We need extended community.

Ann Arbor Civic Leaders Explore Mapping Ourselves

Ann Arbor civic leaders explored Mapping Ourselves tools as a way to consider local innovation and progress.

“Care Is Not a Solitary Activity”

Anthropology students explore their own lives.

Introducing Mapping Ourselves

Atlas of Caregiving’s new Mapping Ourselves program helps people to visualize care giving and care receiving in their communities.

New Caregiving Initiative Launching in Michigan

A first-of-its-kind initiative to support caregiving in Michigan, with cross-sector collaboration from government, business, ngos and philanthropy.

Want Better Care for Everyone in Your Family, Business, or Community? Grab a Pen

New Atlas CareMap booklets make it easy for more people to gain new visibility and strengthen their care ecosystems.