Bluegrass Area Development District: Help-At-Home Worker Registry

Posted on: October 4th, 2012 by Kate Humphrey

NADO’s 2012 Innovation Awards recognized 64 projects from 22 states for their creative approaches to regional community and economic development, including the project described below. Click here for the full list of winners.

The goal of the Bluegrass Help-At-Home Worker Registry is to provide a searchable, web-based, and up-to-date listing of potential workers, without endorsement or liability, that others can use to help find reliable, safe, capable, and caring in-home assistance for themselves or a loved one. The registry lists basic contact information, availability, and a brief description of experience and relevant certifications to help locate potential employees. A second goal of the registry is to assist in providing gainful and meaningful employment to individuals looking to provide direct-care services to others. The Bluegrass Area Development District and the Bluegrass Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living are responsible for the design, development, operation, maintenance, and promotion of the registry.

Shane New, Director of Information Systems and Technology: [email protected]
Lenny Stoltz, Executive Director: [email protected]

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