This package includes the following five webinars:
Starting, Maintaining and Growing a Solo Aging Life Care™ Management Practice
Originally Presented by Suzanne Modigliani, LICSW, CMC on Dec 7, 2017
The decision to start a solo Aging Life Care Management practice may be easier than the decision to keep it that way. This webinar will consider issues unique to a solo practice, from business plan to marketing to triage to balancing caseload and hiring experts. Consideration will be given to pricing services, emergency coverage, and support for the solo practitioner. It is appropriate for those just starting out as well as an Aging Life Care Professional® facing the pressures of growth.
Do This, Not That: Some Legal Considerations for Aging Life Care Professionals and Employers
Originally Presented by Hugh Webster, Esq. on Mar 29, 2017
This webinar will focus primarily on two key areas of interest: employment issues and avoiding malpractice liability. Employment law topics will include the independent contractor vs. employee classification, and non-competition and non-solicitation restrictions on former employees.
Efficient Business Practices for Small/Solo Practitioners
Originally Presented by Lisa Mayfield MA, LMHC, GMHS, CMC on Jun 26, 2014
Have you recently opened your care management practice? Are you thinking about opening a practice? Have you been in practice for a while and looking for new ideas for growth?
More than a Website: The Beginning of a New Relationship
Originally Presented by Connie Parsons on Dec 6, 2012
This session will help care managers understand their options in marketing communications and make better use of their marketing dollars for generating new clients. Care managers who are operating their own business need to understand what type of content is important on their websites; be able to identify whether their website vendors are optimizing their site properly in search; and effectively use other modes of communication in their marketing communications programs so that they can make smart allocations of their time and money.
When Did You Have Your Last Insurance Check-up?
$85 for Members/$280 for nonmembers
Originally Presented by John Toepfer, ARM, CPCU, RPLU on Nov 16, 2016
Just like your clients, your insurance program should have an annual checkup too! Insurance professional, John Toepfer will help Aging Life Care Professionals better understand the property and casualty insurance needs of your practice and help you identify potential gaps in your insurance program.