Homewatch CareGivers in National News

Homewatch CareGivers in National News

Our brand was recently featured in two business reports on a major television network!

This segment that aired on CNBC is a spot about employment opportunities in the home health industry.

“Currently three million people work as home care healthcare aides and that number is set to grow by 41% through the year 2026,” states reporter Kate Rogers. She also reports on how Homewatch CareGivers is different than some other home care companies in terms of how they pay their caregivers, and the training that is available to them to provide quality care to families and their loved ones.

Another segment that aired on the Nightly Business Report on PBS included an interview with our CEO, Julie Smith, and other experts.

“It is considered the fastest growing area of employment,” said Bill Dombi of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice. “The demand will grow as we see the aging of the population.”

Reporter Katie Rogers notes: “More and more baby boomers are choosing to age at home, and that’s created a boom in hiring in home health care.”

Those caregivers can, “make the lives of families and clients much easier,” said CEO Julie Smith.

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