Are your caregivers the ones with all the pins?

Are your caregivers the ones with all the pins?

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    We have a running debate in our office over an illustration we use frequently in presentations.  The image is of two Home Depot aprons – one without any pins, and one with dozens of pins representing all the different areas of mastery a worker has achieved. The story actually wasn’t mine originally, but… Read more »

Exciting news about dementia

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    It’s about time for some good news about the incidence of dementia in the U.S.  If you’ve been following this, you know that the projections for the number of people with Alzheimer’s disease in the U.S. are staggering.  The Alzheimer’s Association projects more than 13.8 million senior adults to have this diagnosis by… Read more »

Thoughts on building your dream team

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  Do you want to have the best year ever?  Now is the time to focus on the one key to your success:  building your 2016 Dream Team! If you’re like me, you know the difference having the right people in the right positions in your company can make.  I can certainly tell you the… Read more »

The real reason for regulation changes

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  Someone asked me at a presentation recently, “I know our training requirements have doubled in the past year.  What I don’t know is why.” Some questions I get are pretty tough.  This one wasn’t. Regulations are increasing because consumers want more.  They want the person providing care to their family member to have more… Read more »