Did You Miss These Two Private Duty Webinars?

If you missed the two private duty webinars on May 4 and May 5, you can still register and watch them. As a Private Duty Home Care at NAHC member, these webinars are free to you and your staff!

Private Duty at NAHC Town Hall Spring 2022: Workforce Advocacy & More!

Private Duty Home Care at NAHC will hold an important town hall webinar on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Eastern to discuss the major issues and challenges facing private duty home care operators today.

Workforce shortages and the caregiver crisis are top of mind for private duty providers everywhere. Join Executive Director of Private Duty at NAHC, Kristen Wheeler, and members of NAHC’s Private Duty Advisory Council for this inaugural Town Hall meeting of 2022. Explore the latest about NAHC’s collaborative efforts to advocate at the federal level on behalf of the caregiver workforce and learn what NAHC’s new grassroots advocacy plan.

With several Advisory Council members in attendance throughout the meeting, attendees will have the opportunity to share individual challenges and triumphs and discuss best practices with colleagues from around your state and across the nation. Be part of the future of Private Duty at NAHC! Limited to 100 registrants – register now!

Pricing

  • NAHC Members: FREE
  • Non-members: $45

Speakers

  • Brittnei Salerno, President/CEO, La Jolla Nurses Homecare
  • Dave Totaro, Chief Government Affairs Officer, BAYADA Home Health Care
  • Cris Toscano, Chief Operating Officer, Skilled Nursing, BAYADA Home Health Care
  • Sam Smith, CEO/ President, BRC Access Care, Inc.
  • Nicholas Oliver, Executive Director, Rhode Island Partnership for Home Care
  • Sheila Davis, Senior Vice-President, Area Operations, Always Best Care Senior Services
  • Stephanie Johnston, President & CEO, Transcend Strategy Group
  • Kristen Wheeler, Executive Director of Private Duty, NAHC

 

Key Findings from the 2022 Home Care Benchmarking Report

With the release of the 2022 HCP Benchmarking Report, we have detailed data on how the past year has affected home care agencies, and what it can teach us about operating an agency in the future.

Join Todd Austin, President of Home Care Pulse, as he reviews industry trends, business insights, and actionable data gathered from hundreds of agencies across the nation.

In this webinar, we’ll cover:

  • Emerging trends from the past 12 months;
  • The latest on caregiver turnover and what’s working in recruitment and retention;
  • How the course of home care is changing, and how agencies need to adjust;
  • How the past year will shape the next three.

Faculty:

  • Todd Austin, President of Home Care Pulse
  • Miriam Allred, Home Care Pulse

Pricing:

Free NAHC Members
$99 for Nonmembers

REGISTER

Letter from the Executive Director: Private Duty at NAHC Hosts Inaugural Town Hall Meeting

Private duty home care providers and industry leaders from around the country joined newly appointed Executive Director of Private Duty at NAHC, Kristen Wheeler, along with several members of NAHC’s Private Duty Advisory Council on Wednesday, May 4, 2022, to share information and learn more about NAHC’s advocacy efforts as they relate to the workforce crisis in the country.

Dave Totaro, Chief Government Affairs Officer for BAYADA and one of the Council’s two Co-Chairs, shared information about NAHC’s efforts to form the Home Care Workforce Action Alliance (HCWAA), a collaboration of several national associations with a common goal: alleviation of the home care worker staffing crisis. A formal announcement about HCWAA is scheduled for May 18th, 2022, but attendees learned about the history of the collaboration, its four key components and what the Call to Action will look like.

NAHC’s Director of Grassroots Advocacy, Summer Napier, shared her grassroots plan, asking for all attendees to identify the person in their company best suited to be named as their advocacy leader. “I know that sometimes in the private duty world, it seems like we get overlooked because there’s not as much noise about it,” Summer said, “and, I think that’s what Kristen and I, along with the Council, are really passionate about changing.” Attendees were encouraged to share their stories because, as Dave pointed out, elected officials hear about data points all day long, but it’s the individual stories from constituents that they remember.

President and CEO La Jolla Nurses Homecare and Council Co-Chair, Brittnei Salerno, talked to attendees about other potential legislation that NAHC is keeping a close eye on, including the introduction of a federal bill that would shorten the current 40-hour work week to 32 hours. While this bill in its current iteration isn’t picking up much steam, NAHC is watching it and will keep members apprised of any changes of note.

Kristen Wheeler, Executive Director of Private Duty at NAHC

A recording of the meeting can be watched by registering here. 

Do you have topics for discussion at future Town Hall meetings? Contact Kristen Wheeler at kwheeler@nahc.org or directly at (305) 849-1300.

Private Duty at NAHC Town Hall Spring 2022: Workforce Advocacy & More!

Wednesday, May 4, 2022 3:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern REGISTER Free to NAHC members! Sponsored by Generations Homecare System Private Duty Home Care at NAHC will hold an important town hall webinar on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Eastern to discuss the major issues and challenges facing private duty home care operators today. Workforce…

Private Duty at NAHC Town Hall Spring 2022: Workforce Advocacy & More!

Private Duty Home Care at NAHC will hold an important town hall webinar on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Eastern to discuss the major issues and challenges facing private duty home care operators today.

Workforce shortages and the caregiver crisis are top of mind for private duty providers everywhere. Join Executive Director of Private Duty at NAHC, Kristen Wheeler, and members of NAHC’s Private Duty Advisory Council for this inaugural Town Hall meeting of 2022. Explore the latest about NAHC’s collaborative efforts to advocate at the federal level on behalf of the caregiver workforce and learn what NAHC’s new grassroots advocacy plan.

With several Advisory Council members in attendance throughout the meeting, attendees will have the opportunity to share individual challenges and triumphs and discuss best practices with colleagues from around your state and across the nation. Be part of the future of Private Duty at NAHC! Limited to 100 registrants – register now!


Pricing

NAHC Members: FREE
Non-members: $45

Speakers

  • Brittnei Salerno, President/CEO, La Jolla Nurses Homecare
  • Dave Totaro, Chief Government Affairs Officer, BAYADA Home Health Care
  • Cris Toscano, Chief Operating Officer, Skilled Nursing, BAYADA Home Health Care
  • Sam Smith, CEO/ President, BRC Access Care, Inc.
  • Nicholas Oliver, Executive Director, Rhode Island Partnership for Home Care
  • Sheila Davis, Senior Vice-President, Area Operations, Always Best Care Senior Services
  • Stephanie Johnston, President & CEO, Transcend Strategy Group
  • Kristen Wheeler, Executive Director of Private Duty, NAHC

Private Duty at NAHC Town Hall Spring 2022: Workforce Advocacy & More!

Wednesday, May 4, 2022 3:00 – 4:00 PM Eastern REGISTER Free to NAHC members! Sponsored by Generations Homecare System Private Duty Home Care at NAHC will hold an important town hall webinar on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Eastern to discuss the major issues and challenges facing private duty home care operators…