THERAPY 2000 recently announced largest payroll deduction contributor to the Texas Home Care and Hospice PAC

  THERAPY 2000 was recently announced as the largest payroll contributor to Texas Home Care and Hospice PAC.   Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice (TAHC&H) The mission of the Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice (TAHC&H) is to advocate for ethical practices, quality, and economic viability of licensed providers of home and community support services in Texas. It focuses it efforts in communication, education, public information, advocacy and representation. Learn more about the Texas Association for Home Care & Hospice (TAHC&H) here http://www.tahch.org/   The Texas Home Care and Hospice PAC is the sixth biggest health care PAC in Texas and is 1,200 members strong.Over sixty employees from THERAPY 2000 currently support the Texas Home Care and Hospice PAC  with a total payroll contribution amount of $519 each pay period and $13,496.08 a year. The average contribution amount is $9 per pay period or $234/year per contributing employee. Member agencies participating in payroll deduction make up about 64% of individual contributors, making payroll deduction and very important financial resource for the Texas Home Care and Hospice PAC . Physical therapy assistant Eddie de la Cruz shared why he participates in payroll deduction, “As home healthcare professionals we share a collective responsibility to ensure the home care remain vibrant, healthy and mobile.  When we support the Texas Home Care and Hospice PAC  we are kept in the loop on issues, and given opportunities to voice concerns before laws are passed.  Often this means a quick phone call to our representative to show our support or disapproval for a particular bill.  Or, as my kids say it’s ‘easy breezy mac and cheesy’.” Payroll deduction strengthens the home care and hospice industry’s ability to influence which politicians get elected in statewide races.  The home care employees who contribute help to broaden our support, provide […]


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