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Improving Home Care Employment Opportunities: Assessing the Feasibility of Home Care Cooperative Development in the Buffalo Region, New York

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January 14, 2020
Improving Home Care Employment Opportunities: Assessing the Feasibility of Home Care Cooperative Development in the Buffalo Region, New York

Can cooperative development help improve employment in Buffalo’s home care sector? This report examines the feasibility of cooperative development in Buffalo’s home care sector as a strategy for improving job opportunities in the region, addressing the home care workforce crisis, and strengthening access to quality care for those who need it.

Key Takeaways

Buffalo home care employers are struggling to recruit and retain enough home care workers to meet growing demand.
This report examines the feasibility of cooperative development in Buffalo’s home care sector as a strategy for improving job opportunities in the region.
A cooperatively structured agency could add significant value to the prospect of home care employment for job seekers in the Buffalo region.
 
Kezia Scales, PhD
About The Author

Kezia Scales, PhD

Vice President of Research & Evaluation
Kezia Scales leads PHI’s strategy for building the evidence base on state and national policies and workforce interventions that improve direct care jobs, elevate this essential workforce, and strengthen care processes and outcomes.
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