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[NewsNation Interview] Cambridge Caregivers CEO Adam Says How High costs, labor shortages hitting nursing homes

CHICAGO (NewsNation) — Long-term care facilities, one of the industries hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic, are facing staffing shortages and costs so high that hundreds have closed. According to the American Health Care Association (AHCA), more than 300 nursing homes have shut down since 2020, and more than 400 are at risk of closing this year. “Wage inflation …

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Cambridge Caregiver Anita wrote an opinion for the Dallas Morning News

I work at a nursing home. Our industry is suffering. Nursing homes and assisted living facilities were hit hard by COVID-19. Though cases have subsided, we are now forced to deal with another epidemic: staffing shortages. We have seen a mass departure of nursing home staff. Burnout and continuous exposure to the virus are some …

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Cambridge Caregiver CEO’s  opening on NBC news regarding recent Gas Print Increase

The sticker shock is especially hitting businesses that rely on transportation to get the job done, from truckers to meal delivery and other services that require employees to drive. That includes Cambridge Caregivers and Manchester Care Homes based in Dallas-Fort Worth. Their caregivers must drive across North Texas for in-home visits to elderly patients. Gas prices have …

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The Cambridge Difference

Seniors in this country are the most vaccinated people. The latest stats show that more than 92% of seniors have had at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and 82% are considered fully vaccinated.  But numbers are a lot lower for those people who work with our most vulnerable population. At assisted living centers and …

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