Welcome to Community Education’s Blog

Welcome to Professional Caregiver; Community Education’s Blog! If you are reading this, you have successfully journeyed to our new blog. Focused on the vast residential care and assisted living industry, you will hear from industry professionals such as: Sandi Flores, Josh Allen, Ed Garza, and me, Mickey Gray. New blogs from each of us will be added each week. If you would like to learn more about Community Education, LLC, click on the about us link located on the top of this page.

What is a blog? You may ask yourself “What is a blog?” A blog is a website where entries are commonly displayed in reverse chronological order (newest blog is first). Many blogs provide a commentary or news on a particular subject; others function as personal online diaries. A typical blog has text and may contain images and links to other blogs, web pages, or other media related to its topic. The ability for readers to leave comments in an interactive format is an important part of this blog. You may view reader’s comments on the right-hand side of this webpage.

What are the benefits of blogging? Many people around the world have turned to the internet to communicate with one another. A blog enables the user to stay current on hot topics as well as upcoming events. Some of the benefits you can expected from our blog are:

  • Receive beneficial advice and information
  • Stay current with hot topics in your industry
  • Communicate with peers worldwide
  • Learn about upcoming events
  • Express your thoughts and ask questions on topics
  • Access links to useful resources
  • Build relationships with others
  • Learn what other industry professionals are doing

I personally encourage you to write a comment or merely introduce yourself. We look forward to reading your comments and your concerns.

6 Responses to “Welcome to Community Education’s Blog”

  1. May God reward you for taking the time to assist the administrators of RCFE in their job.

    Keep up the good job,

    Sister Elia

  2. I have 2 level 3 staff op. ARF for the deaf/hard of hearing and 1 level 4I in Riverside county. IRC seems to violate client’s rights when it comes to deaf individuals moving from other counties. Some other regional centers have had to fund clients because IRC refused, then on more than one occasion the other regional center has backed down and the client does not get to live where they want. What can I do to stop this violation of rights, it’s always been my understanding the client has a right to live where he/she wants. Yet IRC has told me “No not really”????

  3. We are thinking of buying a house to move our level 4I ARF to, instead of paying rent on a building. What is the easiest procress to avoid long term double paying for two buildings?

  4. I’m an alumni of community ed. for many years now. It’s a great program and service to those of us in RCFE, Thank you!

    I think the “Blog Webpage” Is a super idea, a great way to keep informed and to vent…we all need to do that.

    Thanks again.
    Karen Crossman
    Carmel Terrace Residential Care

  5. We appreciate all of your feedback and comments. I am happy to see you are all enjoying our new blog page. We will try to address your questions and concerns with future blogs.

  6. Anybody who can recommend a book on caregiving?

    Thank you. I appreciate it.

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