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Mobility and Vitality: How Walking Speed can Help Determine your Health Risks

There are many signs that tell us how our body is performing.  From blood pressure to heart rate, there are many key indicators of health.  One of these measures, which many of us often don’t consider, is how fast we walk. Walking speed is an important predictor of overall health, well-being and independence as we […]

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Employee’s Unfaltering Responsiveness: Understanding Emotions

It’s never an easy time when a family member falls ill. You might worry for their welfare, or perhaps you feel a sense of grief. It’s normal to experience a wide range of emotions, and everyone expresses them differently. If anyone understands that well, it’s the nurses that care for those sick loved ones and family […]

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Teaching New Tricks to our Preceptors

You’re never too experienced to learn something new.  Whether it’s a new method or a new way of thinking, you can always progress in your knowledge and in your career.  This sort of progression was exactly what Staff Development Specialist Stephanie Miller was looking to instill when she hosted the first 2-day Rehab Preceptor Orientation […]

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Cookies and Compliance: Celtic’s Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week

November is an exciting month for home healthcare and hospice. Not only is it the official home health and hospice appreciation month, it also holds the all-important and educational Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week. Don’t worry, there are no audits involved. It’s a fun and engaging week hosted by Emi Gilbert, our new Vice President […]

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