Florida's Advocate for Long Term Care Providers and the Elders They Serve

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Careers in Aging

March 2024

The demand for professionals with expertise in long term care is growing rapidly. The U.S. will need between 5.7 million and 6.5 million nurses, nurse aides, home health, and personal care workers to care for the 27 million Americans who will require long term care by 2050.​

Careers in Aging Month is dedicated to bringing greater awareness and visibility to the wide-ranging career opportunities in long term care and aging services, and to celebrate current employees in the profession.Join us in celebrating and spreading the word about careers in aging on social media using the hashtag #CareersInAging.

Throughout the month of March, FHCA will showcase our members who have made long term care their calling, share resources to help providers strengthen their workforce efforts and highlight the opportunities available to help our current long term caregivers advance their careers. Follow us on this journey

  • Follow us on Facebook and LinkedIn to learn more about our featured long term care professionals.

  • Register for our Workforce Webinar Series, every Wednesday from 1:30 - 2:30 p.m. EST (members only).

  • Discover resources to support your center's recruitment, retention and engagement activities (members only).

  • Learn more about our scholarship program to help long term care employees advance their career.

  • Post your long term care center vacancies or view job openings on our LTC Career Center.

Read Our Caregiver Profiles

These long term care professionals are making a positive impact on the lives of their residents and the quality care being provided in their centers. Click here to read how each of these incredible individuals got their start, why they love what they do and what they'd tell others who are considering a career in long term care.