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CareForTheAging.org is an informational resource that aims to foster a deeper understanding about the wide range of career pathways available in the long term care profession and inspire those who are looking for a new career opportunity to become a part of this rapidly growing and exceptionally rewarding field.
The website is Indiana Health Care Association’s workforce development initiative that was launched in 2017 in response to the needs of our members who often wrestle with caregiver shortages.
In early 2019, CareForTheAging.org expanded to become a multi-state platform that is now available in 17 states across the U.S. The site showcases the many rewarding career pathways available in long term care to assist our members in recruiting compassionate and dedicated people to the mission of serving the elderly and disabled in the sector.
Inspiring the next generation to become part of a rewarding field by creating increasing about the career pathways available in long term care.
Connecting job seekers with skilled nursing facilities and assisted living communities that are recruiting for open positions and training programs.
The Indiana site, indiana.carefortheaging.org features a wealth of resources including state-specific education requirements, salaries and career-focused videos by caregivers to inspire high-school students, early career professionals and job seekers looking for new opportunities to pursue a career in this exceptionally rewarding field.
The site also features a built-in interest form to capture information from site visitors, especially those seeking a new career opportunity.LEARN MORE
IHCA/INCAL members can access the newly launched Member Portal to gain a direct access to candidate interest forms that are submitted by site visitors seeking new career opportunities.
Not sure how to get started with the member portal? We’ve put together a Member Portal Guide to help you make the most of this member benefit.
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Identify onsite CNA training programs in your area and explore a new online training program from IHCA/INCAL and partner Academic Platforms.
Browse AHCA/NCAL’s resources for operators and individual LTC professionals to improve overall workforce efforts and ensure staff stability.
Learn more about statewide and regional workforce resources available for LTC providers.
Through IHCF’s philanthropic mission, long term care professionals are awarded education and training scholarships for clinical, medical, and administrative positions in long term care.
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