SB County Caregivers Deserve a Living Wage

As the father and caregiver to two severely autistic children who require 24/7 care, the In-Home Supportive Services Providers program provides my children with the personalized care they need — care they would never receive in an institutional setting.

But by no means is this work easy. Being a caregiver is physically and emotionally challenging and earning minimum wage makes this even more difficult as caregivers must often choose between which bills get paid and which bills must wait.

Read the full article at SbSun.com

Posted

October 10th, 2018
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