Leading Home Care provides strategies, insights, and expertise through speaking, training, and consulting for home health care, hospice, and private duty home care. If you are a leader who wants to grow your business and get ready for the future, we have the resources to help you. As a member of the home care community, we are constantly looking for ways to help transform the industry by providing strategies to help you be more competitive in your marketplace. In those areas where we do not directly provide programs and services, we have formed strategic alliances with partners who can provide solutions to help you grow your business.

The Academy for Private Duty Home Care®
Join our Academy community and get access to a variety of resources (books, webinars, events) to help you grow your business. Premium membership offers discounts on events and books along with free monthly webinars.

Caregiver Quality Assurance®
Enhance your caregiver selection process with access to Job Fit and Behavior assessments. Then watch your retention and customer satisfaction rates rise.

Join our Newsletter Community
Subscribe to our free newsletter, Leading Home Care Report, or opt only to get event updates or take surveys. You choose the information you want to receive from Leading Home Care.

Newsletter Archives
Search past newsletters to find the topics that interest you most.

Our Store
Find the webinar or book that will best help you grow your business. We also offer several helpful e-tools to help you track your business growth.

Our Resource Partners
What scheduling software is available? How about workers comp and liability insurance for your business? Visit this page to meet our partner companies and learn more about their services.

Home Care Association of America (HCAOA)
This is the nation’s first association for providers of private duty, non-medical home care. HCAOA leads the industry that cares for people at home through education and advocacy.

National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC)
NAHC represents the nation’s 33,000 home care and hospice organizations. They also advocate for those employed by such organizations to provide in-home services.