Statement from NAHC on March on WashingtonMarch 11, 2020
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE||Media Contact: Thomas Threlkeld
Director of Communications
Statement from NAHC on March on Washington
In response to requests from our members and a number of congressional offices due to risks associated with the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, the National Association for Home Care & Hospice is shifting our annual March on Washington exclusively to a virtual advocacy campaign. This will be an excellent opportunity to continue to build an army of digital advocates around the country. Together, our emails, phone calls, and social media action will send a clear message to our elected representatives in Washington that home care and hospice is a force to be reckoned with and policies should be crafted with the goal of enabling the disabled and elderly to age with dignity in their own homes and communities. We will also have a great opportunity to communicate how care in the home fits as a primary care source in dealing with the virus.
Learn more about NAHC’s virtual advocacy campaign.
The NAHC staff is ready to address any questions or concerns you may have, so please contact us if you need more information.
About National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC)
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) is the voice of home care and hospice. NAHC represents the nation’s 33,000 home care and hospice providers, along with the more than two million nurses, therapists, and aides they employ. These caregivers provide vital services to Americans who are aged, disabled, and ill. Some 12 million patients depend on home care and hospice providers, who depend on NAHC for the best in advocacy, education, and information. NAHC is a nonprofit organization that helps its members maintain the highest standards of care. To learn more, visit nahc.org.