Low Wages Endanger Home Healthcare

With low wages and few workers, NH home care system has ‘gone off the cliff’ April 29, 2023 Keene Sentinel Borja Alvarez de Toledo says the home care workers he employs “perform miracles,” when they do the dressing, bathing and light housework that allows elderly adults, who are eligible for nursing home care, to continue to […]

Low wages leave disabled without caregivers

Low wages for caregivers leave disabled Granite Staters without care July 31, 2021 By TEDDY ROSENBLUTH Monitor staff For 16 years, seven days a week, six hours a day, Tracey Cintron worked as a caregiver for Jim Piet.   Piet has lived with cerebral palsy since birth when his umbilical cord coiled around his neck, leaving him unable […]

The Impact: NH caregiver rates

My Turn: New Hampshire is neglecting its most vulnerable citizens May 18, 2021 The Concord Monitor Two years ago my friend Paul Scott and I wrote an op-ed urging our legislators to invest in the Choices for Independence (CFI) waiver. Paul was one of thousands of medically vulnerable people in New Hampshire, ages 18 to over […]

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