Home health industry needs workers
The home health industry is facing numerous challenges for 2018. In addition to rapid technology changes and new regulations, the industry is also experiencing a staffing shortage.
The staffing shortage within the industry comes as no surprise, as personal care providers and home health aides are in high demand. Sixty percent of private care industries state staffing shortages as one of the top three threats to future growth of their business (celltrak.com).
As the baby boomer generation ages, the need for skilled home health/personal care assistance will increase. This presents an opportunity for individuals wanting to enter the healthcare field but also enjoy a less stressful environment, better client outcomes and a flexible schedule.
If you or someone you know enjoy caring for people of all ages in a home setting, then consider joining us for a free information on March 7 at 10am or 5pm at our new Easton campus to learn more about our home health aide training program.
The program will begin in April at our new Easton Campus. Home care is not only rewarding, but there are bonds formed between the home health aide and the client that can last a lifetime.