Coronavirus, infection rates, social distancing, self-isolation, quarantine, lock down… Six months ago, none of us could imagine that these topics would soon consume the news—and shape our daily lives.
There’s no doubt about it, COVID-19 has created a tough situation for everyone. As home care providers, your business is extremely vital to your communities, yet you have a unique set of circumstances that make your job especially challenging!
We truly believe that how you handle this crisis will have an impact on your relationships with your caregivers, the effectiveness of your recruitment efforts, and your caregiver retention rate for a long time after this virus is behind us. It’s crucial during this challenging time for all of us in leadership positions to present a calm demeanor and to support the physical and psychological health of our employees.
During this webinar, we will talk about some operational actions you can take to be prepared in the weeks and months ahead. Then we’ll focus more heavily on ways to keep your caregivers safe, happy, and on your team for the long haul!
HCAF has partnered with In The Know Caregiver Training and is pleased to offer this webinar at no charge. Register now!
Meet the Speakers
Linda Leekley BS, RN is the founder of In the Know, a premier provider of caregiver training. Following In the Know’s merger with Home Care Pulse, she has taken on the role Chief Content Officer at Home Care Pulse. Linda’s passion for nurse aide education makes In the Know the leader in both instructor-led and online caregiver training solutions. Under her guidance, In the Know training courses are written by registered nurses with caregivers in mind, focusing on their unique responsibilities, duties, experience, and education. Linda’s mission is to continue to promote and support the professionalism of caregivers everywhere, so that home care agencies can direct their time and resources toward expanding their business.
Stacey Tavarez, RN is the Director of Clinical Content for In the Know Caregiver Training. She is responsible for planning, researching, and developing the exceptional clinical content that goes into every ITK course. In her 15 years as a nurse, Stacey has forged a unique niche in the industry as a mentor and teacher to the direct care workforce. Before coming to In the Know, Stacey worked in both acute and post-acute care setting and spent time teaching in the CNA program at her local community college.
Registration & Fees
Thank you for your support for HCAF educational programs!
- HCAF Members: FREE
- Prospective Members: FREE — Given the magnitude of this evolving issue, HCAF is providing prospective members with an offer to attend this briefing for free.
By registering for this event, you are agreeing to our linked payments, cancellation, and substitution policies.
Program Series Sponsor
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