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Pedagogy Inc is pleased to Introduce New Author Debra Collins
4/23/2013
Debra Collins RN, RAC-CT is the CEO and President of LTCS Books, Inc.
Debra maintains a knowledge base and writes weekly articles on long term care and home health care federal regulatory changes.

She has written and published twelve books for long term care and home health care documentation. Her publications include care plans, policies and procedures, and quality assurance audits for Directors of Nursing, Administrators, Nursing, Restorative Nursing, MDS Coordinators, Social Services, Activities, and Infection Control. The books are used by over one third of long term care facilities in the United States.

Debra has over 25 years of experience in long term care and home health care. She worked as an MDS Consultant for many years, and is certified as a Resident Assessment Coordinator by AANAC, the American Association of Nurse Assessment Coordinators.

She is a member of the National Nurses in Business Association, National Association for Female Executives, American Business Women's Association, Bloomington Indiana Chamber of Commerce, and Ladies Who Launch.
 
Continuing education and inservices for certified nurse aides and home health care assistants is an important factor in maintaining quality resident/client care, as well as meeting federal requirements.  By providing online inservices that consistently reinforce making quality of care a priority is a statement of your facility’s commitment to these standards.  Our online Inservice and Compliance category of education is a cost effective means of providing interesting, enjoyable and interactive education.
 
Classes, here at Pedagogy, Debra has authored:
Preventing Resident Abuse
Range of Motion Exercises
Feeding Residents and Clients
Nutrition, Hydration, and the Elderly
Resident Rights and HIPAA
Safe Transfers and Lifts
Standard Precautions
Infectious Diseases
Toileting and Elimination
Skin Care
Documenting and Reporting Care
Ambulation and Preventing Falls
Behavior Problems
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