Blog

Visit this page often for weekly blog posts that we think you’ll find interesting and helpful.

Topics may range from “Connecting a care team to effectively implement an individualized education plan” to “Elder-specific issues in care coordination.” We think unlocking potential and enhancing care outcomes includes keeping everyone informed of new and better ways to organize and coordinate care in patient-centric ways…

Why You Should Plan For Family Caregiving Before It's Needed

More often than not, families start to plan for family caregiving when they are in the waiting room of a hospital, discussing what to do with Mom or Dad. In times like this, emotions are high, family members are stressed and trying to have this...

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An Open Letter To My Child With Autism

Dearest Daughter,

 

From the moment I knew you were on the way, I dreamed of what a life with you would be like. I obsessed over your nursery, taking care to make sure every detail was perfect. I was meticulous with getting the proper nutrition...

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3 Keys to Success With Your Teen's Mental Health Issues

Layla’s son was just like any other young teen going through the usual pecking order stuff lots of other kids experience in the throes of freshman life. Starting afresh in high school is hard for most kids, but Josh seemed to take it a little bit...

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Happy 4th of July from eCare Vault!

It’s hard to believe summer is already in full swing, and we’re halfway through 2018. We’ve had so many unbelievable moments already this year: we’ve seen eCare Vault transform care teams, watched schools unlock student potential, and witnessed...

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How To Avoid Resenting Your Clients As A Professional Caregiver

Being a professional caregiver is a job most don’t have the fortitude for, frankly. It involves being personally and intimately acquainted with every facet of someone’s life. Sometimes your client doesn’t even speak, which means for someone so up...

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3 Things You Need to Know About FERPA Compliance

Protecting student information records is of vital importance to educators and administrators. Ensuring protection can be a source of stress for many departments and school districts. Laws such as FERPA, the Family Educational Rights and Privacy...

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Why Parents Should Ask About Mental Health Management In Schools

With so much in the news around mental health in schools and how it impacts the student body, it makes one wonder just what are the ways in which mental health management in schools gets done? Do you know who is in charge of overseeing mental...

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Dear Dean of Admissions, I Have A Few Questions As A SPED Parent

I know I’ve been portrayed as a Helicopter Parent in Special Ed meetings more than once. Yes, I am as actively involved in my child’s learning and development and have been practically since conception, but that doesn’t mean I am just being a...

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The Silver Lining Of Being A Family Caregiver

There is much on the Internet these days about being a family caregiver. Scores of content has been published with pitfalls, downfalls, and challenges of being in such a role when a family member is in need of specialized care. Perhaps you’ve...

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3 Ways to Create Context-Rich Classrooms

The context surrounding each student in your district stretches far beyond teaching and learning strategies. Understanding the context of each student can entail anything from whether or not they have access to breakfast in the morning to whether...

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