IPCed Enters Into Exclusive Partnership with HealthStream to Deliver Courseware to Post-Acute Healthcare Industry On February 11, 2014, the Institute for Professional Care Education (IPCed) announced that it has entered into an exclusive partnership with HealthStream to deliver IPCed’s online certifications and continuing education (CE) courseware to the post-acute healthcare industry. The market leader for… Read more »
Does it surprise you to know that caregiving jobs, especially those for home caregivers like personal care aides and home health aides are projected to be the top career growth fields in the next few years? With an aging society, the demand for caregivers is expected to grow nearly 50%. With an aging workforce, the… Read more »
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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 »
Story originally provided through Portland Caregiver Examiner Written By Sharon Brothers Getting older is scary enough without worrying about the qualifications of the caregiver coming to help with chores around the home. Perhaps it’s your aging parent who simply wants to age at home, but needs someone to come and help with a shower or just… Read more »
To Help Senior Care Agencies Make Sense of Upcoming Regulations
States are proposing stricter requirements for the home health care workforce including background checks, mandatory training hours, and licensing of agencies.
To Celebrate the Season for Senior Care Professionals & Discuss 2014 Caregiver Training Solutions
Adequate home health care is hard to find: After several years of searching for adequate home care giver, the Gregorys found the right fit.
Contrary to the Recent Life & Death in Assisted Living Frontline Story, IPCed & myCNAjobs report a welcome uptick in higher quality staffing and training for assisted living