In a year of turbulence on many fronts, HCAOA invites you and your staff to participate in an important conversation about racial equity and inclusion in the home care setting on Thursday, December 10 at 2:00 EST/11:00 PST. We are teaming up with national leader Jacqueline Boyd, BA, BS, CGCM, to support agency owners and leadership in defining systemic racism and understanding how caregivers and staff are impacted in this moment by the events of 2020, including COVID-19 health disparities, George Floyd protests and the election). Our time together will provide practical strategies for inclusion within your organizations and ideas for how to support caregivers, clients, and staff in the year ahead.
Boyd is a long-time aging specialist and LGBTQI advocate. Her passion for health and aging started when she was a CNA in college, which gave her a deep appreciation for the struggles many face throughout the aging process. It was here that seeds for The Care Plan were planted, the country's first LGBTQ+ centered care management company. The Care Plan’s innovative model of client directed care provides advocacy, care navigation and advance planning for successful aging experiences.
This discussion is free, and is for HCAOA members only. Click here for details and to register.