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Five ways immigration reform benefits home care consumers

April 15, 2013

The National Consumer Voice for Quality Long-Term Care

Examines the ways that immigration reform can be used to help build the home care workforce. The brief provides background on immigrants working in home care. It also lists five ways that immigration reform can benefit home care consumers: by increasing the number of home care workers, by reducing turnover among the home care workforce, by promoting safety and transparency, by improving training standards, and by creating career ladders for workers.

 

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