Developing a professional means fostering positive career choices and ensuring that your employees feel that you are invested in their capabilities and want to see them grow. Are you setting them up for success?
Replacing the Clock Batteries: Person-Centered Care for Alzheimer’s, Dementia, and Related Disorders
While medical records can't tell the stories that patients with Alzheimer’s deserve, home care and hospice professionals can. This Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, you can better honor those lost in dementia symptoms by practicing person-centered care to make the transition more comfortable for everyone involved in the care process.
It is easy for all healthcare providers to be “givers” and share their compassion willingly as they care for patients and families. But what about the professional home care and hospice caregivers who create these amazing impacts on all of their patients and families. Are we checking on them?
Hospitals are experiencing huge resurgences of virus-related admissions, emergency departments are over capacity, and many facilities are again under heavy restrictions. Now is the time to ask yourself: Is my hospice agency ready to face the challenges of the season?
The holidays are upon us and while family and friends may be celebrating, at work, pandemic restrictions may still be causing varying levels of isolation.
Do you know how patients/caregivers perceive your employees and agency? Here's why it's important to observe your staff on the job.
With hospices now using the CAHPS Hospice Survey process and forming their own star ratings in the industry, is your staff prepared?