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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month, a time to recognize the importance of communities and families working together to, ....
New Regulations and Renewed Risks in Senior Care
Taking purposeful steps to train your staff on person-centered care will not only prevent abuse and neglect, but it will also position your organization for success as upcoming regulation changes begin to take effect.
Obstacles to Healthcare for People with IDD
Providing health care for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities requires understanding multiple factors and numerous challenges.
Importance of Nutrition
In honor of National Nutrition Month, here are some recommendations from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics that you can share with your community.
We’re Expanding Our Dementia Awareness and Education with Industry Leader Teepa Snow
Teepa Snow is a dementia-care education specialist with a background in occupational therapy and close to 40 years of clinical, ....
Developing Supervisory Skills in QIDPs
For IDD service providers, improving the supervisory skills of their qualified intellectual disability professionals (QIDPs) is an essential part of any DSP retention strategy.
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.
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.
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
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?
As much as it pains me to say, I am a millennial. I’d like to think of myself as more, ....
All About Unlicensed Caregivers in the Home
Unlicensed caregivers have a special role to fulfill in home care. They are critically important in helping clients live as independently as possible in their own homes!
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