Disrupting Caregiving Report: Train and Pay for Frontline Caregivers

“Well-trained, well-paid caregivers treated with the highest dignity and respect for their professional service are expected to be working with more efficiency, even under challenging circumstances (p.16).  Caregivers need proper training on basic things like food preparation for Home Health Aides, English language fluency development, and how to handle clients who present with dementias other than Alzheimer’s.  Decent pay for the care they deliver is inevitable.” See the full report at https://www.caregiversupportservices.com.

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