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Home Care businesses are trying to keep you from being successful in "THEIR" market....But that is where the ACA comes in and helps you fight back.
WHO should join the ACA?
If you are currently a caregiver or wanting to start a career in care giving and seeking to find a better fit or advance in the industry then the A.C.A. is the perfect place for you. Sign up for our newsletter for updates and support tips.
WHAT is the A.C.A and WHAT is the purpose for it?
The A.C.A or (Associated Caregivers of America) is a nationwide association that private individual caregivers can join to better compete in the care giving industry. The A.C.A helps its associated members advance in the caregiving field by making it easy for the individual caregiver to get a reputation through their knowledge and today’s technologies. The soul purpose of the A.C.A is to eliminate the middle man and to give the caregiver total control in the care giving industry by providing them training and online credential profiles for their individual clients to view.
WHERE and WHEN did the A.C.A. start?
The A.C.A. started in 2009 in The Western United States, and quickly grew nationwide in September 2011 with the Idea in mind of giving caregivers better opportunities for advancement in the health care industry. The A.C.A just unveiled its new website that allows caregivers to create profiles detailing their credentials to their prospective cliental.
WHY join the ACA?
The A.C.A helps caregivers across the nation to have a stronger say in the health care industry. The association helps its members obtain the current training and become a more skilled private caregiver. The Association also helps private caregivers compete in a tough industry without having to hire on with a company that determines who they give care to and how much they get paid. We believe a caregiver should have the whole say in whole they give care to and the compensation they will be receiving. This Association helps care givers do exactly this and so much more.
You will receive the following benefits from being part of the Associated Caregivers of America:
- Association card identifying certifications and qualifications
- Participate in a set an industry standard
- We are not a union
- Home Care agencies are targeting you, we help you fight back
- Access through ACA exposes caregivers nationwide though its national marketing campaign
- Lead generation, have the families come to you
- We provide training to meet state requirements
- Being part of a national organization that sets standards, provides for ongoing education, provides marketing tools, and proof of quality service.
- Medical benefits that are exclusive to members