Situation Report | July 27, 2020
Home care and hospice aides, nurses, therapists, and other frontline staff have acted courageously in the face of America’s worst pandemic of our lifetime.
They’ve done so at the epicenter of this international crisis, in New York, through countless individual deeds of heroism that exemplify the true principles and spirit of home care and hospice. They’ve stepped up to treat and monitor the effects of a lethal new virus. They’ve reassured patients who are scared. They’ve taken every measure to keep patients safe — and to help them feel safe.
Please tell us their stories by completing the online form here as part of HCA’s new Home Care Hero recognition campaign.
When HCA receives your entry, we’ll contact you and ask for a candid photograph or brief video to go with your written entry. Both the story and image will be featured on HCA’s website as well as on social media. Take a look at some of the great stories we’ve already collected and help us build this library.
We plan to feature several of these profiles at HCA’s Annual Conference on August 25 and 26. Individuals featured in our online profiles will also automatically receive a “Home Care Hero” button to wear proudly as they continue their great work in their community!
Got questions? Contact Jenny Kerbein at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please submit your entries as soon as possible so that we can begin featuring them online and at our Annual Conference.