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Look for professionally produced training videos by Community Health Connections. Our videos are DPW approved!
SUPPORTING THOSE WITH DYSPHAGIA: DEVELOPING TASTEFUL & APPEALING MEALS
NURSES - This DVD is approved for two Nursing CEUs!
Learn tasteful ways to support your clients with Dysphagia! Click on the pic at left to link to our order form.
WHAT THE HECK HAPPENED?
Learn cause mapping to help you solve tough problems! Click on the pic at left to link to our order form.
Learn great documentation skills in this delightful 1-hour training. Natalie Symons RN will equip you with what you need to know to make sure your documentation meets best practice standards. Click on the pic at left to link to our order form.
Community Health Connections or CHC, as we are better known, is dedicated to supporting and improving the physical and behavioral health care services provided to citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD) by building health care service delivery capacity and competency.
We are the Health Care Quality Unit (HCQU) serving the Western Pennsylvania counties of Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Clarion, Crawford, Indiana, Lawrence, Mercer and Venango.
Our mission is to provide high quality training, assistance, and capacity building to benefit those with intellectual and developmental disabilities. We strive to provide our services with skill, integrity, and a genuine regard for the well being of others.
Service. Serving others is paramount and foundational to all we think, say, and do.
Entrepreneurial. We create, innovate, and problem solve for challenges in ID/DD care.
Effective. We work until we provide a response that works for you.
Efficient. We relentlessly expand our value and ruthlessly attack waste.
Ethical. We work to do the right thing- this time, next time, every time.
Growing. We grow personally and professionally to generate an ever improving service team.
A HCQU Prepared to Provide
CHCis a Health Care Quality Unit prepared to provide training and assistance to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (ID/DD), their families, service providers, and county staff. All trainings and resources crafted by our well trained professionals undergo a rigorous review by the CHC Medical Director and Clinical Services Coordinator. This assures our stakeholders receive the highest quality training and assistance achievable. In addition to our attention to detail, our staff are highly service-oriented with a willingness to assist whenever and wherever possible. We know our success depends on building the trust and confidence of stakeholders through positive relationships as well as tangible results.