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How Training Customization Works for Public Bodies

People development can accomplish tons of very positive elements in long-term care.  Among the major ones are: Consistent levels of staff preparedness Confidence building among care deliverers Assurance of patient/client safety through adherence to best practices Liability reduction Heightened regulatory compliance We understand the need for us to explain to state and county governments as…

Going National Makes Sense for this Population

In 2014 when the State of Connecticut made training in Alzheimer’s disease mandatory for Probate Court Judges, Professional Guardians and Adult Protective Services workers, other states took notice.  The same occurred within the provinces of Canada. After all, these professionals are making decisions that impact the lives of these individuals with serious mental deficits.  Memory…

Is This A Healthy Habit?

It is not unusual to hear of myriads of complaints being sent to regulators of smaller assisted living programs.  Many of these programs operate with public funds and help keep those with mental illness and developmental limitations out of the more institutional facilities.  They use structured, regulated community-based care to restore the dignity among many…

Crisis Management Will Destroy You; How to Avoid it…

The business of care requires day-to-day process execution and often tons of documentation.  Much of it is automated – thankfully – however, paper documentation is still a big deal.  The group home, often serving those with mental illness and developmental disability is no exception. For this reason it is not uncommon to hear owners lament…

Operationally, Are We Making the Cut?

The world of the group home is constantly evolving.  This even applies to how they contract for placement of residents.  More and more rules are tightening and newly developed HMO style mental health authorities are cropping up that directly oversee the group home operation.  Gone are the days of Managed Care Provider Networks, (MCPNs) and…

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