Our hope is that this roundup of guidance from the field will help you make informed decisions about how or if to conduct in-person work.
Accreditation is daunting on its own – throw in a mandate with a tight deadline and its understandable that providers enter panic mode. Here’s a guide to help you gather the important details, understand what is required, determine milestones, and know how to compare and contrast accreditors.
For this Profiles in Accreditation post, we asked Doug Marshall, President and CEO of the Presbyterian Home for Children, to share his experience at an organization undergoing the COA accreditation process for the first time. Doug shared how he and his team navigated the workload in spite of a sudden upending of staff, and highlighted how accreditation has been a great source of validation for his agency.
If your organization is committed to embedding equity, diversity, and inclusion in every facet of your work, you might be at a loss of where to begin. Don’t stress! We’ve pulled together some resources to get you started.
One segment of the population that has been highly impacted by the challenges of the current pandemic is the older generation in the US. We know this pandemic has impacted this group because not only are they at “high-risk” for more severe medical outcomes if they become ill, but also older adults, specifically discussed here grandparents in caregiving roles and their multi-generational families, have been impacted by the economic and social challenges we are facing in unique ways.