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Addressing the Other Causes of DSP Turnover
The average turnover rate for direct support professionals (DSPs) at organizations that provide services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities is 45%. Here are the some of the reasons why.
Getting to the Heart of the Matter – How Behavioral Health Works in Harmony With New Healthcare Business Models
For behavioral health organization executives to get and keep an audience for business, consider adopting these five tips.
What Makes a Successful DSP, and How Do You Find More?
What do you look for when interviewing DSP candidates? I’ve asked that question of providers across the country, and the same characteristics come up again and again...
Labor and Delivery’s New “Push” for Personalized Care
Perhaps more than any other area of healthcare, labor and delivery is making strides in personalized care as expecting persons are letting their voices be heard.
Elopement in Children with Autism
Elopement is a serious problem facing the autism community. Loved ones and clinicians can help keep individuals safe by following these tips.
February is All About the Heart
The good news is healthcare professionals now have more tools than ever to help make a difference in awareness, management, and treatment for heart health.
Recognizing Hazards in the Home: Are Your Caregivers Prepared?
At the core of home care services is protecting your clients’ safety. From a fiscal standpoint, you depend on client referrals and satisfaction to keep your agency operating. Prioritize client safety and everyone wins, but to do so your caregivers must be able to recognize all the hazards in a visit.
Recognizing and Treating Compassion Fatigue in DSPs
Your Direct Support Professionals (DSPs) are especially susceptible to compassion fatigue and it can lead to your most caring and committed DSPs leaving the job.
Credentialing for Direct Support Professionals
Shouldn’t we invest in DSPs’ knowledge, competency-based skills and professional values that lead to credentials and career ladders
Using Video for Skill Acquisition
Video modeling is one way IDD providers can use technology to help the individuals they serve learn new skills and gain independence.
Technology and the Opioid Epidemic: Your Questions Answered
What is the current state of the opioid crisis and what types of newer technology can help providers make a positive impact on outcomes?
What is Important to a Millennial Nurse?
Once you learn what’s important to millennial nurses and their mindset on the job, it might be easier than you think to keep them happy.
Plan Ahead to Integrate Technology for Efficient Workflow
Technological innovations have brought significant gains to healthcare but there is room for improvement in how technology is integrates into workflows.
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