News Release from KRQE News 13 “New Mexico Caregivers receive program funding” http://krqe.com/blog/2015/11/21/new-mexico-caregivers-receive-program-funding/
Call for Applicants: Education Outreach Manager.
“Health and Safety for Caregivers” Training, Employees of At-Home Personal Care Services in Chaparral, NM
Do you serve as a caregiver to someone? The Coalition wants to hear from you on issues such as: Education for Caregivers Training and Credentialing Respect and Recognition of Caregivers We’re seeking input from self-advocates and caregivers of persons with disabilities on issues that affect and support New Mexico’s caregivers. Monday, February 2, 2015 Courtyard …
Thank you to all the Las Cruces health workers and promoters who attended the “Health and Safety” training in Las Cruces on November 21-22, 2014. We loved being with you.
The Caregiver Experience: A Snapshot of the Caregiver Journey. Can YOU relate? ReACT_Caregivers_FINAL
Couldn’t make our financial education for caregivers series? Here is something to get you started until our next one. Check out Introduction to Financial Caregiving by UC Davis. Our first class was insightful and valuable and we hope to see you next time so you can receive this useful information. Get the Introduction pdf at http://anrcatalog.ucdavis.edu/pdf/8379.pdf
This report by Jobs for the Futures and the National Fund for Workforce Solutions, called Implementing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, discusses how direct caregivers will be vital on the front lines of healthcare with the Affordable Care Act. Find it at http://www.nfwsolutions.org/sites/nfwsolutions.org/files/Implementing-The-Affordable-Care-Act_030414%20%28Embargoed%20until%203-11-14%20at%2011%20a.m.%29_0.pdf Also read their report, A Guide to Making the Case for …
From USA TODAY: Health care jobs lift less-educated workers The boom in health care jobs is skewed toward positions requiring less education, providing lower-skilled workers a potential pathway to better careers, a new Brookings Institution report says. “The bulk of job gains has been among personal care assistants, home health aides.” http://usat.ly/1rCCtF7