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State Home Care Associations adding services for Private Duty Home Care

I was in Boston yesterday presenting a half-day seminar on “Building your Private Duty Dashboard.” Twenty eight owners and managers of Private Duty Home Care companies from across the state gathered to learn more about how to grow their businesses and measure their performance.

Before I got home, I received the following email.

Hello Stephen,
First I want to thank you for the great wealth of information that you shared at the seminar today in Westboro. I learned a lot about the industry which is “new to me”. You are an interesting speaker and well versed.
Secondly, I want to give you my e-mail address so that you can send the free template that you spoke of.

Thanks again.
Kathy Kilhart RN, BSN
Director of Elder Services
Gardner VNA
34 Pearly Lane
Gardner, MA 01440

The Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts has formed a Private Duty group that meets quarterly to share ideas and information. This is the first of a two-part series. The second session will be on March 14, 2006 when Heather Rooney, President of H2 Marketing will present a seminar on marketing Private Duty Home Care.

We’re working closely with a number of state home care associations who want to provide programs and services for the companies in their states who offer Private Duty or non-medical home care.
If you would like to attend the second program in the series, visit the HCAM web site at http://www.thinkhomecare.org/

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