Keeping It REAL Caregiving founder Julia Yarbough to participate in the 2022 Age Boom Academy


The Columbia Aging Center and the Columbia Journalism School will host the 2022 virtual Robert N. Butler-Jack Rosenthal Age Boom Academy: "Caregiving and Our Longer Lives – The $500 Billion Question" over four two-hour online sessions on October 13, 14, 20 and 21, 2022 (exact session times at The deadline for journalists to apply ...

Managing self care, our money and more!


Managing self care, our money and more! It's one of the episodes in the Keeping It REAL Caregiving video series Sunday Coffee Chat & Support Hour! There are so many topics that intersect with family caregiving. There are also hundreds of women and men who are living the experience - or - work in fields ...

Sunday Coffee Chat & Support Hour


Sunday Coffee Chat & Support Hour Keeping it REAL Caregiving hosts the first Coffee Chat & Support Hour of 2022! Thank you to all KIRC family members who joined. If you missed it, don't worry - more events such as this will be planned as we move through 2022! You still have time to grab ...

The Accidental Caregiver with PASSAGES


The Accidental Caregiver with PASSAGES live stream event, held Wednesday, June 16, 2021.         Presented by Keeping it REAL Caregiving creator Julia Yarbough, the program takes participants through a personal journey of family caregiving and some of the lessons learned. Practical Information In this webinar, Julia offers practical and ...

For Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton, bill making Illinois 1st to require Alzheimer’s training in health care is personal


By Maudlyne Ihejirika Updated Jun 3, 2021, 4:01pm CDT When Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton’s mother began to forget things, Stratton didn’t know the signs of Alzheimer’s. Her mother was undiagnosed until three years before her death, leading Stratton on a journey culminating with a pioneering bill that makes Illinois the first state to require ...


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