Posts by Perrine Monnet

In The Know: Colorado’s Caring Workforce Tax Credit Is An Important Step Forward

Care workers in Colorado are underpaid, which has led to high turnover. HB24-1312 provides them with a refundable tax credit of $1,200.

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Financial Empowerment Among Colorado’s Informal Caregivers

Financial empowerment among caregivers is a critical issue that determines the well-being of informal caregivers in Colorado who provide care across the lifespan to the young and older Coloradans.

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In The Know: Colorado Bill Creates Direct Care Workforce Stabilization Board

Learn how this board works to make recommendations to lawmakers on employment standards and market conditions.

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What to look for in the 2024-2025 Budget to Support Care

What to look for in the 2024-2025 Colorado State Budget to Support Care The Bell has long worked to ensure...

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Affordability of Care in Colorado

The high cost of child care and direct care remains a barrier for many families. This brief looks at what is driving high costs and what solutions may be available.

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Accessibility of Care in Colorado

Care provided across generations, whether direct caregiving or early childhood education, is crucial to our communities. Yet, for many, it remains elusive.

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Caring Workforce Primer

Despite their importance, the caring workforce remains undervalued and without the tools to meet the growing need for care. This analysis provides the foundation for understanding the larger caring workforce, opportunities and challenges they face, and potential avenues for future research and analysis.

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