Show your commitment to the National Association for Homecare & Hospice during the year and our 40th Anniversary. Below we've provided you with some social media messages, images, and an announcement to share. Please feel free to customize as you see fit.
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Subject: NAHC Celebrates 40 Years of Fighting for Home Care & Hospice
The National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC) turned 40 on April 2, 2022. We celebrate four decades of fighting for home care and hospice providers, patients, and professionals.
When NAHC was created in 1982, care in the home was rare and many elderly and disabled Americans had very few options apart from living in institutional settings, away from family, home, and community. NAHC’s mission was to promote, protect, and advance the highest quality health care at home. Forty years later that is still our goal and NAHC has been at the center of every public policy battle to expand access to quality home care and hospice.
Whether you have been with NAHC for four decades or four months, we invite you to join us in the telling of that story. What has NAHC meant to you, your career, your agency, and your patients?
Go to NAHC40.com to share your stories and engage with supporters. Use the hashtags #ThanksNAHC #NAHC40 to continue the conversation on what’s ahead for our industry on social media. Share your NAHC experiences, impactful connections, and meaningful moments that have helped advance you and your organization. Get creative with personal anecdotes, accomplishments, memories, and photos throughout the year.
“It has been a privilege of a lifetime for me to work with NAHC members and staff,” said NAHC President William A. Dombi, who has been with NAHC since the late 1980s. “The commitment and passion they have shown for high quality care for patients and expanding opportunities for care at home is authentic and deep. With the work we have done to turn this organization into the best possible advocate for home care and hospice, NAHC is poised to lead the industry into a future even brighter than today.”