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Category Archives: Education and Training

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10 Reasons to Provide Advanced Chronic Disease Education

When it comes to training employees, there’s no better way to create an elite homecare staff than with chronic disease education for aides. This advanced education goes far beyond simple traditional employee or caregiver training. With chronic...

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Value of Your Homecare Education: 10 Little-Known Facts

We all know education is one of the most important and precious gifts a person can receive in their lifetime. It helps to further careers, inspire change, and encourage innovations. But did you know that homecare education has even more...

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Chronic Disease Education: What Are the Game Changing Benefits?

Running an organization can be a lot like playing the game of football. You compete, you train, you break a sweat. Sometimes you score amazing touchdowns, and sometimes you miss easy field goals. Chronic disease education is that extra push...

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Don’t Be A Turkey: Empower With Advanced Disease Education!

Thanksgiving is upon us, and with it comes a chance to remember all this year’s blessings and the significance of this holiday. More specifically, turkeys and Pilgrims.   What do these two things – or Thanksgiving in general –...

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Reasons To Not Provide Aide Advanced Disease Training

As a leader in the homecare industry, you strive for excellence in everything you do. You pride yourself on providing the best client care, you network with others, stay up to date and plan for the future, and you always bring your “A” game....

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Importance Of Chronic Disease Education To The Homecare World

Managers and business owners have discovered that basic training doesn’t always prepare students for work in the real world. Is that to say required training isn’t important? Not at all. It simply means that caregivers need continued disease...

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