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Localized Strategies for Addressing the Workforce Crisis in Home Care

Brief Data Collection & Quality
November 12, 2019
Localized Strategies for Addressing the Workforce Crisis in Home Care

The United States is facing a home care workforce crisis that profoundly impacts older adults, people with disabilities, and family caregivers. While resolving the crisis will require concerted action at the state and national levels, there is also an important role for local governments and stakeholders to play. This issue brief presents a range of localized strategies for strengthening the home care workforce, along with real-world examples.

Key Takeaways

This issue brief presents a range of localized strategies for strengthening the home care workforce, along with examples.
Local stakeholders are well-placed to identify and implement targeted strategies for strengthening the home care workforce.
The home care workforce crisis reverberates across local regions, states, and the nation, and must be addressed at each of these levels.
 
Allison Cook
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Allison Cook

New York Policy Manager
Allison Cook is the New York Policy Manager at PHI. Her work focuses on New York policy issues affecting direct care workers, including Medicaid, public benefits, training, career advancement, and workforce development.
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