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Public Policy Organizations

AARP Public Policy Institute
AARP’s Public Policy Institute website contains research reports, publications, speeches, opinions, and other information about public policy issues relating to people over 50 and family caregivers.  State, federal, and international developments are covered.  The Institute periodically updates the estimates of the number of family caregivers in each state and the estimated economic value of their unpaid labor.

Caregiving Policy Digest
A twice-monthly digest of state and federal news, research reports, and other publications relating to public policy isssues and caregiving.  This is one of seven free e-newsletters published by the Family Caregiver Alliance.   Subscribe for free.

Campaign for Better Care
A collaboration between the National Partnership for Women & Families, Community Catalyst, The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, and the National Health Law Program, the Campaign for Better Health is focused on ensuring positive outcomes from health reform, with emphasis on doctor-to-doctor communication, accessible and available medical records, and patient and family support.

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