Advocating for change takes people. But change can’t occur without ACTION! It takes people who know and live the issues. It takes people who are willing to get involved and take action. You can do that today without ever leaving your comfortable chair through Face Book, email, and phone. Please find ways that you can join the effort in educating the public and legislators about who you are, the importance of what you do, and share the direct care issues that are important to you. Here are some examples of how others have gotten involved:
The Cindy Chronicle Educating the public and law makers about the need for affordable health care for those who work in direct care.
Tracy Hoveland Educating US Senator Tom Harkin About the Importance of Retirement Benefits for those who work in direct car.
Tony Wells Educating the media about direct care
Fran Mancl Educating the general public about the importance of educational standards and being viewed as a professional.
Becky Johnson Educating the general public about the importance of direct care.