Ann Arbor Civic Leaders Explore Mapping Ourselves
Ann Arbor civic leaders explored Mapping Ourselves tools as a way to consider local innovation and progress.
Supporting Women, at home and at work
How Data Visualization and Peer to Peer learning can strengthen communities of women.
“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.
A Psychologist and Researcher Leverages Personal Experiences to Change Developmental Disability Paradigms
Caring Conversation — Yona Lunsky Dr. Yona Lunsky is the Director of the Azriei Centre for Adult Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and Mental Health and the Health Care Access Research and Developmental Disabilities (H-CARDD) Program at The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto, Canada. For decades, her research has focused on the mental health needs…
Redefining a Life and Career to Tend to the Ambiguous Loss of Caring for Someone with a Traumatic Brain Injury
Caring Conversation — Roxana Delgado Dr. Roxana Delgado is a health scientist, national advocate, and the wife of Sergeant First Class retired Victor L. Medina, MRC, CRC, a three times combat wounded veteran and Purple Heart Recipient. Dr. Delgado uses her personal experiences to impact policy on traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) in the military healthcare…
A Hacker by Trade, A Caregiver by Choice: One CEO Finds His Work and Personal Life Are Deeply Intertwined
Caring Conversation — Robby Macdonell Robby Macdonell is a husband, a caregiver, and the CEO of RescueTime, a time management app that monitors how much time you spend browsing certain websites or using certain programs, and it helps you identify data to ‘reclaim your day.’ A Seattle, WA transplant, he now lives and works in…