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Keeping Connected with Accurate Home Care

step 2Here at Accurate Home Care, we know the importance of communication and employee, client, and referral source connectedness with the company. There are now more ways than ever to communicate and stay up-to-date on the latest company news and events.

Follow us on social media for timely updates on community and volunteer events, client and employee stories, company updates, and useful resources. We also update our website and the Accurate Blog with top stories, news, and resources that we hope will be useful and interesting to all audiences.

Thriving at Home

Spotlight KayaKaya is a kind, smart, and very determined fourteen-year-old girl. She loves to read, and always has a book in her hand unless she’s golfing, hanging out with her friends or family, or spending time doing any one of her other hobbies.

Art is something that she is exceptionally talented at, and it has been a great outlet for her! She feels good when she paints, as it relaxes her, passes the time, and helps her express her feelings through her artwork. She is passionate about giving back, and is able to help people with art through the nonprofit called Art is Healing.

Partnering for the Future of Healthcare

Anoka Ramsey NursesAccurate Home Care recently hosted a group of nursing students from Anoka Ramsey Community College (ARCC) to prepare them for their clinical rotations and situations that they may come across in the field. Accurate partners with ARCC to host clinical rotations in certain clients’ homes. This allows for nursing students to get the hands-on experience they need, and provides us an opportunity to promote the home care industry to healthcare professionals.

There are various schools that Accurate partners with, and although this partnership has been in place for several years, this is the first time the training has been held in this on-site format. Our Education Department utilized the space in our new Otsego building to better prepare students for the diverse settings and patient needs they may experience.

Making an Impact

Employee Spotlight Alyssa 2“We love having Alyssa work with our son. She is very passionate about what she does, and is great at her job. She is very focused and it is obvious that she loves her work.” –Parents of Accurate Home Care client, Mark.

Alyssa has been a Mental Health Behavioral Aide (MHBA) at Accurate Home Care for one year, and works in our Central Minnesota region. Her favorite Accurate moments are when she feels like she has made a difference in the life of a child and/or family! She says that the best moments are “…when I see my clients having good days and weeks, and when I see them strive to do their best. They are awesome, every single one of them!” She loves when a client looks out the window and waits for her to arrive with excitement, or when they want to show her things they have made or accomplished.

Accurate Home Care Adopts A Family

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Accurate Home Care employees have made it an annual tradition to participate in Adopt a

Family program through the county. Although local counties dropped the program this year,

we still wanted to be able to make a difference in a family’s Christmas.

 

Through a friend of a friend scenario, we were able to find a family that could use some help

during the holidays this year. Accurate employees embraced the holiday spirit again this

year, and donated gifts for this family of five. Great job to all the employees who donated

toys, clothes, gift cards, and more to do everything we can to make a lasting impact as the

four kids and their mother open them this Christmas!

Options in Health Care

Accurate Home Care Home Nursing EducationNicoleen Panelist Manager,Nicoleen Meyer spoke as a panelist earlier this week at Anoka Ramsey Community College. The College's first ever Nursing Leadership Panel was made up of nursing leadership representatives from various organizations in the community including hospitals, home care agencies, county workers, and more. The panel spoke to students who are graduating this week with their 2­year degrees in nursing studies. The panelists discussed their nursing career paths and how they got to a place of leadership in their respective healthcare fields.