Learn How Celtic Healthcare is Helping to 'Bring the Vote Home'
PHA thanks all of the agencies who have kicked off "Bring the Vote Home" campaigns. Your efforts will help ensure that the voice of homecare is heard in this November's elections. Many agencies have already downloaded and ordered voter registration and absentee ballot applications from the PHA website to distribute to their staff members, patients and consumers.
"We have posted it on our internal intranet site to our staff and are supplying hard copy supplies of the forms to each of our branch locations for our clinical providers to pick up," McKinney said. "We also posted it on our Facebook page, tweeted it on our Twitter page, added to our Pinterest board for senior resources and plan to add something to our website to encourage seniors to vote."
McKinely said they've also done town hall meetings with employees and developed a fun trivia game, complete with prizes, to gauge employees' awareness of the "Bring the Vote Home" campaign.
"This campaign to 'Bring the Vote Home' is important to us at Celtic Healthcare because we want to assure that the greatest generation ever can vote," said Arnie Burchianti, CEO, Celtic Healthcare.
What has YOUR agency done to help your patients and consumers register to vote on Nov. 6? It's not too late to participate! Here are some important dates to remember:
PHA wants to know how your agency is helping to "Bring the Vote Home." Contact Jennifer Battista, PHA communications director, at firstname.lastname@example.org and your agency may be highlighted in an upcoming issue of Connections.
Click here to visit the "Bring the Vote Home" website with all of the tools and resources to start a campaign at your agency.