Promote development and expansion of the workforce needed to support delivery of primary, community-based, and at-home health care and care management for the most vulnerable populations.
- Increase in number of health care support workers with improved skills, enhanced job quality, and expanded pathways to advancement in the transforming health service sector
- Increase in number of workers newly trained for and successfully placed in entry-level and/or paraprofessional positions related to care coordination, care management, and community outreach
CaringKind, The Heart of Alzheimer's Caregiving (formerly Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter)
To help support the Dementia Care Training Program for Professional Caregivers ($100,000), and a one-year capacity building grant ($50,000)
ReServe Elder Service, Inc.
To help expand ReServe's Health Impact program and expand the number of ReServists
Sunnyside Community Services, Inc.
To help support expansion of the Spanish-language Home Health Aide Training Program, along with efforts to assess implications for client satisfaction, job success, clinical outcomes, and continuity of care