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Celina Raddatz and her mother, Guadalupe Pena Villegas, at home in California. Xavier Vasquez/NPR hide caption

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Brave New Workers

More Than A Job: Home Care For A Mom With Alzheimer's Disease

Celina Raddatz worked in eldercare for about 30 years, until her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and she quit her job to take care of her. Now Raddatz works as a paid caregiver for her mother.

19-year-old independent artist Omar Banos is making waves as Cuco, a self-produced multi-instrumentalist and singer. Abraham Recio/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Cuco, 19, Keeps His Feet On The Ground As His Dreamy Tracks Break Through

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More Than A Job: Home Care For A Mom With Alzheimer's Disease

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