Home Care Workers: The Future Demand for More and the Challenges they Face Now

The demand for home care workers has grown dramatically in the last 10 years and is poised for enormous growth in the years to come, but they currently face challenges, such as low pay and, in some cases, no health insurance for themselves or their families. The home care workforce is expected to have 4.2…

Who are Home Care Workers, by the Numbers?

Home care workers are home health aides, personal care aides, and nursing assistants, working with disabled people and the elderly in their homes. This is the direct care workforce and it is one of the most ethnically and linguistically diverse in the nation, according to the latest figures from PHI and the U.S. Census. Including…