Connect & Share Your Stories with the New Home Care Workforce Action Alliance

The Home Care Workforce Action Alliance (HCWA) is dedicated to raising public and policymaker awareness around home care workforce issues.

The HCWA conducted its kickoff on May 18 with the support of Bill Dombi, president of the National Association for Home Care & Hospice, Vicki Hoak, executive director of the Home Care Association of America, and David Totaro, chief government affairs office at BAYADA Home Health Care Inc.

HCWA is made up of the nation’s leading home care associations and their members.

HCWA is focused on the following issues, but needs your input on where to prioritize its time and efforts:

  • Frontline Caregiver Shortages
  • Compensation Issues
  • Training Issues
  • Professional Perception
  • Impact on Families

In-home care is at a critical point in time and is an issue that can affect all American families. To help solve this crisis, we need your participation, your voice, and your stories.

Please help us amplify this issue by sharing your story with us through the Voices For Care at Home campaign: Share Your Story


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44 Members Learn How to Be Great Case Managers

NAHHH Proclamation Ceremony

Gov. Pete Ricketts signed a Proclamation on Wednesday, Nov. 10, declaring November 2021 as Home Care & Hospice Month in Nebraska, joined by NAHHH members and staff.

2021 Blueprint for OASIS Accuracy Conference

48 home health nurses and therapists learn how to teach, audit and collect OASIS-D1 items with Nancy Buseth and Kerry Termine from OASIS Answers Nov. 15-16 in Kearney, NE.

Cong. Adrian Smith Grand Island Home Health Visit
Cong. Adrian Smith visits home health patient John Galvan in Grand Island on Sept. 1 with Good Samaritan Society Home Health Administrator Liza Nelson (left) & Jodi Cerny, RN case manager.
Sen. Fischer Office Visit

U.S. Senator Deb Fischer met with NAHHH members in her Lincoln office on Sept. 7 to discuss the impacts of home care and hospice services for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cong. Bacon Bellevue Member Meeting

Cong. Don Bacon joined about 40 home care, home health and hospice members and providers in Bellevue during an NAHHH summer listening tour on Aug. 12 to discuss services and supports being delivered for Nebraskans.

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Home care and hospice providers deliver health and social services at home to recovering, disabled, chronically or terminally ill persons in need of medical, nursing, social or therapeutic treatment and/or assistance with the essential activities of daily living. Home care allows an individual to maintain or regain independence through skilled nursing, aid and therapy services.
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The Nebraska Association For Home Healthcare & Hospice advocates for its members, to represent their interests and protect the services provided to beneficiaries. We depend on members to voice their opinions, share stories and insight to help us protect those rights and represent their businesses. The association strives to positively influence public policy efforts on behalf of members at the local, state and federal levels.

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The Nebraska Association For Home Healthcare & Hospice represents the interests and concerns of home health, home care, private duty, hospice and palliative care providers in the state of Nebraska.  Nebraska home care services are provided by home health agencies, hospices, homemaker and home care aide agencies, staffing and private-duty agencies, and medical equipment and supplies, pharmaceuticals and drug infusion therapy companies.  Health and social services are delivered at home to recovering, disabled, chronically or terminally ill adults and children in need of medical, nursing, social or therapeutic treatment and/or assistance.




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Address:  3901 Normal Blvd., Suite 100
Lincoln, NE, 68506-5200


Phone:  (402) 423-0718


Fax:  (402) 476-6547


Email:  nebraskahomecare@assocoffice.net




About Us

The Nebraska Association For Home Healthcare & Hospice advocates for its members, in order to represent their interests and protect the services provided to beneficiaries. We depend on members to voice their opinions, share stories and insight to help us protect those rights and represent their businesses. The association strives to positively influence public policy efforts on behalf of members at the local, state and federal levels, provides regulatory and legislative updates and hosts professional development events to help ensure members receive up-to-date education in order to deliver care and services to their clients.

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