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How to Recruit Caregivers in a Gig Economy

As the gig economy continues to grow, more and more people are turning to freelance work for additional income. This can be an excellent option for those who want more flexibility in their lives or who need to care for family members. But, hiring good caregivers can be a challenge in the gig economy. This…
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Tips to Find the Right Online Caregiver Training Course

Caregiving is not designed for every individual. However, if you are someone who truly wants to help seniors live a ...
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Caregiver Classes Online: 7 Advantages Of Using E-learning

Caregiving is no more the same as it was a few decades ago. The caregiver’s role has become more demanding ...
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New Guest Blog Post: Exceptional Home Health Care Starts with a Focus on Quality Training

As America’s growing elderly population prefers to age in place, families are increasingly relying on home health aides, personal care ...
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Value Based Training at No Cost to You

As you know, the Value Based Payment (VBP) program rewards home care agencies and their aides for providing higher quality  ...
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A Little Appreciation Goes a Long Way

Few have been able to escape the negative impacts and effects of the Covid-19, the national pandemic. Through it all, ...
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The Compliance Deadline Is Approaching

As New York slowly reopens, there is no sign of an extension or suspension for 2020 compliance training requirements. Organizations ...
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The Integration That Will Save Your Agency Hundreds Of Hours A Year!

To work at maximum efficiency, home care agency need to ensure that they are working with the latest and most ...
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New Hires Can Learn Quickly, If You Train Them Right

If you plan to boost your organization by onboarding extra manpower during this critical time, you’re not alone.  Thousands of ...
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You Need These 6 Elements For Successful Onboarding

Now more than ever it is crucial for your onboarding to succeed. Thirty-one percent of new hires quit their jobs ...
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