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…

How Home Health Care Can Help With Senior Behavioral Health Decline

The considerable rise in home healthcare services is certainly one of the best things to happen to the aging population, well known as the Baby Boomers. When you consider this generation is an independent and hearty one, staying in their own home...

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Mergers And Acquisitions Of Home Care Agencies Raise New Concerns

If you are interested in home care news, you will find the sites that deliver such information littered with an explosive trend in the home care industry; mergers and acquisitions. While this cannibalizing of competitors has been going on in the...

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Why High Turnover In Home Health Care Agencies Means Great Risk For Everyone

Home health care agencies are blossoming before our very eyes. The state of healthcare costs warrants more and more in-home care services, with the promise of a bright future for those who endeavor to meet the demands. It shouldn’t surprise...

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How Teletherapy Can Help School Systems Maximize Their SPED Budgets

With Special Education budgets busting at the seams in towns and cities all across America, it makes many school committees wonder, how are we going to pay for it all? Inner city budgets are beyond stressed as it is. How can they make the most of...

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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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Why It Is Important That Your Child's Clinical Social Worker Be Connected With Their School

Last week, I sat with my 11-year-old daughter in the office of a child therapist. The difficulties of fitting in as a tween with autism, coupled with the onset of hormones, are creating a perfect emotional storm in my otherwise exuberantly happy...

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