In the ongoing negotiations over New York's proposed $193 billion budget, several lawmakers in both legislative chambers are rallying behind a measure that would provide $1.3 billion in new funding to substantially raise the pay of home-care workers. Advocates in New York are strongly in favor of this legislation, including Bryan O’Malley, Executive Director of the Consumer Directed Personal Assistance Association of New York (an ASD stakeholder member). View the full article here.
Legislators seek pay raise for home care workers amid labor shortage
March 11, 2021