On April 18th, President Biden announced the most comprehensive set of executive actions any President has ever taken to improve care for hard-working families while supporting care workers and family caregivers. Joined by people with disabilities, family caregivers, long-term care workers, early educators, veterans, and aging advocates, the President signed an Executive Order that includes more than 50 directives to nearly every cabinet-level agency to expand access to affordable, high-quality care, and provide support for care workers and family caregivers.
Join the Office of Public Engagement and White House Domestic Policy for a webinar about the Executive Order:
When: Friday, April 28th, 2023, at 12 PM ET
Where: Register, submit questions, and request accommodations to participate in the webinar.
Read and share:
- Executive Order on Increasing Access to High-Quality Care and Supporting Caregivers | The White House
- FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Announces Most Sweeping Set of Executive Actions to Improve Care in History | The White House
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