To download Word Scramble Puzzle, please click HERE or the image below: Summary What is bullying? Bullying is when a person or group repeatedly harms someone on purpose. It can be physical, social, and/or verbal. It is harmful to both the victims and the bullies, and it always involves Aggressive behavior. A difference in power, meaning […]
The Illinois Department of Public Health has established a COVID-19 hotline and email address to answer questions from the public: 1(800) 889-3931 (English, Spanish, coming soon Polish and Mandarin) DPH.SICK@ILLINOIS.GOV Currently in English and Spanish, will add Polish and Mandarin soon.
Motivate and Inspire: Help them reach their full potential. Give tips, send articles of interest, encourage them to go outside their comfort zone. Listen: Take notes, stay actively engaged. Share your failures and hardships along with your successes. Help them navigate to a solution but don’t solve it for them. Be honest: Give honest feedback […]
Your license is due for renewal on May 31st, 2020. You MUST complete 20 CEUs before your renewal (within the 24 months between May 2018 and May 2020). A new regulation: One (1) of the CEUs must be pertaining to sexual harassment prevention. For more information on this, please see this article: http://nursing.illinois.gov/PDF/2019-11_IDFPR_SexHarassPreventTraining_final.pdf Free CEUs […]
C is a three years old boy diagnosed with Extreme Immaturity of Newborn, Gestational age 24 completed weeks. He lives in the south suburb area. He currently has a Trach and a G-Tube. C was ventilated but has been off the vent. Schedule:Mondays 5pm – 11pmWednesdays 3 pm – 10 pmThursdays 7 am – 9 […]
Kimberly Mackey, RN, BSN, talking about our yearly skills fair. She goes on to explain how the skills fair allows us to brush up on our skills. Clinicians are refreshed on things like ventilators, G-Tubes, etc. Kimberly also mentions that this is done so we can provide the greatest possible quality care for our children.
Vivia Green, RN MSN / FNP / MD 👩⚕, talking about the reasons she works for American Home Health. She talks about the attitude, professionalism, and emphasizes the flexibility American Home Health offers. Because of this flexibility, she was able to go to school and become a nurse practitioner, and then a physician. Vivian plans […]
Debi Curtis, RN, talks about her experience as a nurse. She has been doing Home Health for the last thirteen years. She enjoys the flexibility that Home Health offers. Debi primarily works on the pediatric private duty/special needs children’s side of home health. She stays with the patient for a full shift. Debi has been […]