Hope is stronger
25th Jul

An uplifting story to kickoff your week

Why We Do What We Do We understand the stress related to the constant negative events happening around the world and within our industry, and that’s why our therapists Live Our Values everyday, striving to make a positive difference in the

Medical files
11th Jul

What the 2017 CDC Codes Mean for Therapy

On June 24, 2016, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released 2017’s ICD-10-CM codes. These 2017 ICD-10-CM codes are to be used for patient encounters and for discharges occurring from October 1, 2016 through September 30, 2017. What

Elderly Exercise
11th Jul

3 Simple Exercise Tips for Seniors with Real Results

The voice in our own heads sometimes makes it difficult to exercise. That voice may tell you to put it off until tomorrow: “This couch is too comfy…you’re too tired anyway!” Sometimes, the voice even tears you down while you’re trying to exercise,

Government Audit
9th Jun

How to Reduce the Stress of a Government Audit

Government audits are stressful, demanding, nerve-wracking, and becoming more of a focus for government agencies. As the government is buckling down more on the medical necessity of therapy services, providers need to do more. Not only do providers need to ensure

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28th Mar

The Huge Reason to Never Hug the RUG

Who doesn’t like a hug now and then? Giving and receiving a hug will decrease stress and show others that you care. But when you “hug a RUG”, that will have the opposite effect. You will increase stress and the

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25th Feb

The Power of Communication

Effective communication is a challenge that affects all areas of health care. Often times the lack of communication alone will precipitate a resident harm event. How do you ensure that all the care providers have the necessary information to work