Report: State Program for Home Caregivers Leaves Thousands At Risk

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There are close to half a million paid caregivers in California's In-Home Supportive Services Program. A Kaiser Health News investigation found that there is little oversight of those caregivers, leaving thousands of low-income patients at risk of abuse and neglect. We talk to reporter Anna Gorman about her findings.


Anna Gorman, senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News