Webinar: How to Build Professional Respect in Home Care Through Operations

Thursday, February 24, 2022 2:00 pm Eastern Register Free to NAHC members! Sponsored by CellTrak This webinar is private duty education that was originally scheduled to be presented at the Private Duty Home Care at NAHC Leadership Summit in February 2022. That meeting was canceled due to the ongoing public health emergency, but the content is…

Webinar: How to Build Professional Respect in Home Care Through Operations

  • Thursday, February 24, 2022
  • 2:00 pm Eastern
  • Register
  • Free to NAHC members!

Providing personal care services can seem like a roller coaster of emotional decisions, constant reacting, and the fight for consideration and respect in the care industry. It doesn’t have to be that way.

In this session we will break down the five keys for creating simple, repeatable systems built on the professional solutions your agency provides. You will learn how to become known as a home care authority based on the consistency of service, reliable communication, and the standard of quality and professionalism that your leadership and team delivers.

Faculty:

  • Jessica Nobles, Home Care Ops, Co-founder
  • Clinton Nobles, Home Care Ops, Co-founder

Pricing:

  • Free NAHC Members
  • $99 for Nonmembers

Register

Sponsored by CellTrak

Webinar: How to Build Professional Respect in Home Care Through Operations

  • Thursday, February 24, 2022
  • 2:00 pm Eastern
  • Register
  • Free to NAHC members!

This webinar is private duty education that was originally scheduled to be presented at the Private Duty Home Care at NAHC Leadership Summit in February 2022. That meeting was canceled due to the ongoing public health emergency, but the content is vital so NAHC will be presenting it to you as webinars, all of which are free to NAHC members.

Providing personal care services can seem like a roller coaster of emotional decisions, constant reacting, and the fight for consideration and respect in the care industry. It doesn’t have to be that way.

In this session we will break down the five keys for creating simple, repeatable systems built on the professional solutions your agency provides. You will learn how to become known as a home care authority based on the consistency of service, reliable communication, and the standard of quality and professionalism that your leadership and team delivers

Faculty:

  • Jessica Nobles, Home Care Ops, Co-founder
  • Clinton Nobles, Home Care Ops, Co-founder

Pricing:

  • Free NAHC Members
  • $99 for Nonmembers

Register

Sponsored by CellTrak

Webinar: How to Build Professional Respect in Home Care Through Operations

  • Thursday, February 24, 2022
  • 2:00 pm Eastern
  • Register
  • Free to NAHC members!

This webinar is private duty education that was originally scheduled to be presented at the Private Duty Home Care at NAHC Leadership Summit in February 2022. That meeting was canceled due to the ongoing public health emergency, but the content is vital so NAHC will be presenting it to you as webinars, all of which are free to NAHC members.

Providing personal care services can seem like a roller coaster of emotional decisions, constant reacting, and the fight for consideration and respect in the care industry. It doesn’t have to be that way.

In this session we will break down the five keys for creating simple, repeatable systems built on the professional solutions your agency provides. You will learn how to become known as a home care authority based on the consistency of service, reliable communication, and the standard of quality and professionalism that your leadership and team delivers

Faculty:

  • Jessica Nobles, Home Care Ops, Co-founder
  • Clinton Nobles, Home Care Ops, Co-founder

Pricing:

  • Free NAHC Members
  • $99 for Nonmembers

Register

Sponsored by CellTrak

Webinar: How to Build Professional Respect in Home Care Through Operations

Thursday, February 24, 2022 2:00 pm Eastern Register Free to NAHC members! Providing personal care services can seem like a roller coaster of emotional decisions, constant reacting, and the fight for consideration and respect in the care industry. It doesn’t have to be that way. In this session we will break down the five keys…

Webinar: How to Build Professional Respect in Home Care Through Operations

  • Thursday, February 24, 2022
  • 2:00 pm Eastern
  • Register
  • Free to NAHC members!

This webinar is private duty education that was originally scheduled to be presented at the Private Duty Home Care at NAHC Leadership Summit in February 2022. That meeting was canceled due to the ongoing public health emergency, but the content is vital so NAHC will be presenting it to you as webinars, all of which are free to NAHC members.

Providing personal care services can seem like a roller coaster of emotional decisions, constant reacting, and the fight for consideration and respect in the care industry. It doesn’t have to be that way.

In this session we will break down the five keys for creating simple, repeatable systems built on the professional solutions your agency provides. You will learn how to become known as a home care authority based on the consistency of service, reliable communication, and the standard of quality and professionalism that your leadership and team delivers

Faculty:

  • Jessica Nobles, Home Care Ops, Co-founder
  • Clinton Nobles, Home Care Ops, Co-founder

Pricing:

  • Free NAHC Members
  • $99 for Nonmembers

Register

Sponsored by CellTrak

COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing Tracker

As mandates emerge, providers need a way to easily record COVID-19 Vaccine and Testing information. CellTrak is holding a webinar to describe a possible solution for COVID-19 vaccination and test tracking.

The webinar will explore:

  • Vaccine mandates across the U.S. and how they’re affecting Personal care
  • What states have vaccine mandates in place and the nuances between states
  • CellTrak’s solution for COVID-19 vaccine and testing tracking
  • What happens if you choose not to comply?

Register here!

Nominate a Home Care Aide for a Scholarship! (And do it TODAY!)

CellTrak, the provider of the industry’s leading mobile solution empowering better outcomes for home and community care and the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), announced today they continue their joint scholarship program for home care aides that debuted in 2020.

Home care aides are the backbone of home and community-based services, providing patients with care that helps them reclaim their independence while staying comfortably in their homes. The recent coronavirus pandemic has proven that our loved ones are safer and healthier when cared for in their homes. Without caregivers bravely venturing into patients homes during the height of the pandemic, no such care could be provided.

“NAHC is thrilled to be continuing our partnership with CellTrak. This scholarship is a proven way to help home care aides advance their careers, tell their stories of what caregiving means to them, and highlight the difference it has made in the lives of their patients,” says William A. Dombi, Esq., President of NAHC. “America needs to hear from the people who provide care to our most vulnerable citizens.”

November is National Home Care Month, a time to celebrate the practice of home care and all of the individuals who make it possible. Part of November’s celebrations includes one week dedicated to home care aides, in particular. In honor of home care aide week, CellTrak and NAHC will offer twenty recipients a $500 scholarship to continue their educational efforts and further themselves in the industry.

“We are incredibly happy to offer this scholarship program again this year,” said, Andrew Kaboff, Founder and CRO, CellTrak. “Last year it was quite humbling reading over 500 nominations to select our winners. As a company we took time to read over 30 of the sories to our staff to ensure they know why they work so hard each day to deliver an easy to use product for the frontline. Each story was more touching than the next. From a single mom working during COVID after losuing it all in a fire, to an eight-month pregnant CNA providing care even when there wasn’t enough PPE. We are truly inspired by the individuals and are very happy to award more deserving individuals this year.”

This will be the second year a scholarship program will be offered through NAHC for home care aides specifically. Aides awarded with scholarships will be announced in during Home Care & Hospice Month November 2021. If you are interested in nominating an outstanding aide for the scholarship,  please do so by using this link by October 8, 2021 https://www.celltrak.com/about/celltrak-scholarship

Nominate a Home Care Aide for a Scholarship! (And do it by Friday, October 8)

Go here to nominate someone for a scholarship! Nomination period ends Friday, October 8, so please do it  now! CellTrak, the provider of the industry’s leading mobile solution empowering better outcomes for home and community care and the National Association for Home Care & Hospice (NAHC), announced today they continue their joint scholarship program for…

FMC 2021 Kicks off With Focus on New Challenges and New Opportunities

The 2021 Financial Management Conference (FMC) opened in Chicago yesterday with a focus on what the industry has learned and proven over the last 18 months and how it will make home care, home health, and hospice even stronger for the future. Sunday began at 9:00 AM with pre-conferences for Home Health and Hospice financial…