Posted on Monday, November 16, 2020
As the Biden Administration prepares to take over, their first order of business will be to get the pandemic under control, but it will also work to strengthen home-based care.
During his campaign, the President-elect outlined a $775 billion plan to overhaul the nation’s caregiving infrastructure. Biden said he hoped to create upwards of 3 million new caregiving and education jobs over the next decade, while likewise creating pathways for former caregivers to re-enter the workforce. His plan also called for a $450 million increase for senior care.
“Biden hasn’t just highlighted his appreciation of home-based care in broad strokes and policy promises. In addition to his $775 billion plan, the president-elect has repeatedly brought attention to very specific, innovative programs that typically only industry insiders know about.
That includes making nuts-and-bolts references to CAPABLE, the increasingly popular program out of the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing designed to support aging in place by coordinating nursing, therapy and handyman services in the home.”
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