About the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA)
Founded in 2002, the industry’s leading trade association currently represents over 2,500 companies that employ more than 500,000 caregivers across the United States.
HCAOA serves as the home care industry’s unified voice in Washington, D.C. and state governments across the country.
Representing a diverse number of small, mid-level and large corporations, HCAOA unites the industry, speaking with one voice in state capitals and Washington, D.C.
HCAOA protects industry interests, promotes the industry’s value, tackles barriers to growth and takes on industry-wide issues.
From standing up to dangerous misinterpretations of long-standing laws or ensuring that caregivers and clients are protected from abuse, HCAOA is a champion and advocate for its members, for caregivers and for seniors across America. HCAOA connects and educates its members, stays on top of the issues and keeps its members informed.
Whether providing training on the latest business strategies or technology or hosting its dynamic annual leadership conference on today’s cutting-edge issues. HCAOA enables home care companies to grow, advance their workers’ skills and meet the needs of America’s seniors.
FAST FACTS ABOUT HCAOA
HCAOA members serve nearly 400,000 seniors and people with disabilities.
HCAOA members employ more than 500,000 caregivers.
HCAOA caregivers provide nearly 1 million hours of care per day.
HCAOA members pay more than $4.8 billion in payroll to employees.