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What do home care workers do?

Home care workers provide daily, in-home support services like bathing, toileting, dressing, and preparing meals, for older Americans and people with disabilities.

Our country’s 2 million home care workers work hard to care for seniors and people with disabilities, but too often, do not earn enough to provide basic needs like food, clothing and rent for themselves and their families. And that doesn’t include many more home care workers who work in the informal economy and aren’t captured by government statistics.