Personal care attendants in Virginia who work directly for Medicaid clients faced a deadline to show the hours they worked during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic to qualify for a $1,500 hazardous duty payment. About two-thirds of the 43,500 aides eligible for hazard pay work in self-directed programs. You can read the full article here.
VA personal care attendants face deadline to prove hours for hazard pay
by caseydeluca on
October 29, 2020