The Aging Dreamers in Celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day



On January 15, we remember a great American – Martin Luther King, Jr. – and embrace his “I have a dream” mission and his service to our country. When it comes to caregiving, there are “aging dreamers” – the Dream Foundation – which grants wishes to terminally ill adults. We also showcase King Day of Service by showcasing ways in which you can volunteer for caregiving organizations.

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Check out our CEO Sherri Snelling’s articles on supporting the dreams and end-of-life wishes of our aging and ill loved ones, and volunteering in service to caregivers all in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service:

What We Can Learn From Brittany Maynard’s Death (originally published on PBS Next Avenue)

Casey Kasem’s Legacy for Caregivers (originally published on

How You Can Combat the Senior Hunger Crisis (originally published on PBS Next Avenue)

8 Ways to Volunteer to Help America’s Largest Volunteer Health Care Work Force: Family Caregivers (originally published on Huffington Post)

Enlist now to help caregivers of veterans

How Online Volunteers Support Caregivers (originally published on PBS Next Avenue)

Paying it Forward – Volunteerism Among Caregivers (originally published in USA Today)

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We also offer our Me Time Monday video for caregiver tips on end-of-life wishes:



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