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Combatting Poverty in the Disability Community
People with disabilities live in poverty at more than twice the rate of people without disabilities, and make up more than half of those in America living in long-term poverty.
Supervision in IDD: Using Checklists to Evaluate DSPs
Creating checklists and sharing them with staff can lead to better supervision, better job performance and better employee morale.
Using Systematic Instruction in Supported Employment
Studies show that one effective way to improve the quality of services for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities is to make sure they have meaningful work and activity choices.
Coaching the Next Generation of Women Leaders
At a recent RWLI professional development session, a panel of professional athletic coaches shared their insights into fostering leadership skills in women.
Worried About the Financial Impact of PDGM? Do Your Homework!
Many home health officials are worried that PDGM will not be budget neutral and that the new reimbursement strategy could lead to shaky financial standing.
The Value of Medication-Assisted Treatment in the Fight Against the Opioid Epidemic
Studies show that for many patients MAT programs can help them stay in recovery longer and have better health and quality of life outcomes.
Training Your Memory Care Staff – Q&A with Teepa Snow
We received several questions about training staff working with residents with memory care needs. Here are the answers to the questions you wanted answered.
DSP Survey Results: The Need for Respect
It’s clear from the responses we received that a little appreciation can go a long way toward keeping DSPs happy and increasing retention.
DSP Survey Results: The Inside Scoop on Turnover
A nationwide survey puts the weighted average DSP turnover rate at 43.8%, and of those who left, half had been on the job for 12 months or fewer.
DSP Survey Results: Frustrations with Management
There are a number of issues that may be the cause of dissatisfaction with management and supervisors. Take a look at some of our DSP survey results.
Your PDPM Questions Answered – Part 6: Putting It All Together
Ron Orth, RN, CHC, CMAC answers questions from part six of our six part PDPM webinar series, Putting It All Together.
Top Questions About PDGM’s Impact on Billing & Finance Answered
See the answers to the most frequently asked billing and finance questions regarding the Patient Driven Groupings Model.
Relias Healthcare Study Links Telepsychiatry to Improvements in Access to Mental Health Care in Rural Areas
A recent study done by Relias and Genoa shows that telepsychiatry, when combined with standard in-person visits, increases the timeliness of treatment of patients with severe mental illness in rural areas.
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