Worker Classification Workforce Development Committee report
|Title:||Worker Classification Workforce Development Committee report.|
|Alternative Title:||Executive summary, ORS 410.604, report to Interim Committees of the Legislative Assembly related to human services investigating potential strategies to increase the workforce for home care workers.|
Oregon Home Care Commission, issuing body.
Oregon Legislative Assembly. Senate. Interim Committee On Human Services and Early Childhood,, addressee.
Oregon Legislative Assembly. House of Representatives. Interim Committee on Human Services,, addressee.
|Type of Resource:||text|
|Date Issued:||November 16, 2015.|
|Publisher:||Oregon Home Care Commission,|
|Place of Publication:||[Salem, Oregon] :Oregon Home Care Commission,November 16, 2015|
1 online resource (18 pages) : color illustrations
This archived document is maintained by the Oregon State Library as part of the Oregon Documents Depository Program. It is for informational purposes and may not be suitable for legal purposes.
Title from PDF cover (viewed on November 16, 2015).
"SDS 9768"--Page 19.
Includes a letter of transmittal dated November 13, 2015 from Mike McCormick, Director, Aging and People with Disabilities Program.
Senate Bill 774 (2015) directs the Oregon Home Care Commission to adopt a statewide plan to increase the workforce available to provide in-home services to seniors, people with physical or intellectual/developmental disabilities, and individuals experiencing mental illness. With the assistance of the Worker Classification-Workforce Development Committee, the Commission is charged to report findings to the Legislature on or before November 16, 2015.
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
Home care services -- Employees -- Government policy -- Oregon
Home care services -- Employees -- Recruiting -- Oregon
Home care services -- Employees -- Certification -- Government policy -- Oregon
People with disabilities -- Home care -- Government policy -- Oregon
Mentally ill -- Home care -- Government policy -- Oregon
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