The New York Times ran a great article this week featuring an interview with Salman Khan, the young MIT grad who founded the Khan Academy which offers free online courses in the core sciences. Khan started the online education approach as a way to help his young cousin who was struggling with math. He… Read more »
Elder abuse may not be a crisis in the U.S. today, but in a rapidly aging society it has the potential to become one.
I’ve always said that when it comes to compliance, a smart operator has just one goal: don’t get noticed. I know this goes against our basic marketing instinct, where we want everyone in the world to know about our programs and services. We want to be noticed. In a perfect world, everyone would know the… Read more »
What if you could be assured that you could stay at home and get the help you need – no matter how intense – by subscribing to one home care service?
What innovative ideas do you have for growing your business in 2014? Share your comments on our new blog and receive a free training tool from IPCed.
Caregivers and the challenges many face living on their current wages hits the air on HBO in an upcoming documentary, featuring a certified nursing assistant from Chattanooga, TN.
The California legislature, in part responding to recent media expose’s in assisted living will be considering – and likely passing – a wide range of new regulations for assisted living communities in California.
Welcome! I’m looking forward to sharing the inside scoop on IPCed here with you, including training updates, new courses, and tips about making the most of your training. To start off, I’m going to give a quick overview of what captivates me about working for such a creative, dynamic company, where we are constantly seeking out new training solutions… Read more »