A foster parent and non-profit executive, Noel Frame is the best choice in the crowded race in LD 36 to stand up for quality care for seniors and people with disabilities. Here’s what Noel said in the press about the importance of long-term care for seniors:
“For me and my family, the important work of home care workers is personal. My grandmother is 95 years old and has in-home care in California. These long-term care workers provide our family great confidence and peace knowing our grandmother is able to live in her own home surrounded by the comforts and reminders of her well lived life. Thanks to these highly-trained, professional caregivers, we know that she is safe, secure, and well cared for.”
Noel will be an effective champion for new revenue to ensure a safety net that values quality long-term care for seniors and people with disabilities.
- Increased training and criminal background checks for long-term care workers
- Lifting caregivers out of poverty and stabilizing the long-term care workforce
- Opposing cuts to home care services for seniors and people with disabilities, and creating a dedicated revenue source to ensure adequate funding for quality care