THE LATEST ON CDPH'S PLANNED RELEASE OF PRIVATE EMPLOYEE INFO
May 17, CAHF e-Alert
A recent Superior Court order directed the Department of Public Health (CDPH) to make the home addresses of CNAs, hemodialysis technicians and licensed nursing home administrators available to SEIU and other third parties. CAHF and other health care associations affected were not informed of the court order until Monday, May 14th.
To provide CDPH with an alternate address to be used, contact the Professional Certification Branch Registry Unit via the methods indicated on this web page.
If you do not provide the Department with an update by May 21, the address on file will be subject to release on May 22.
CAHF has been in talks with leadership at the CDPH, the Health and Human Services agency, and the Governor’s office regarding our concerns on this issue. We have also engaged our legal team and labor counsel.
CAHF will be providing members additional information as we obtain clarification in the coming days.
THERE ARE MORE MILLENNIAL CAREGIVERS THAN YOU THINK: THIS IS WHAT THEY ARE LIKE
May 18, Forbes
When we think about family caregivers, we usually picture spouses or 50-something adult children. But about a third of Americans help care for an older loved one by age 40.
SENIOR CARE WORKFORCE ALMOST 90% FEMALE, BUT DEMOGRAPHICS ARE CHANGING
May 16, Skilled Nursing News
Women account for the vast majority of health care workers in the senior living space — though the proportion of young male workers is on the rise.
POLL: YOUNG ADULTS FEEL STRESS OF LONG-TERM CARE
May 15, The Sacramento Bee
Most young adults don't give much thought to their own needs as they get older, but many are already providing long-term care for older loved ones,.
PAYING ATTENTION TO FALLS
May 14, McKnight's
Even though CA providers are #2 in the nation in preventing falls, they remain a big concern for the elderly.