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Learn a little more about Danielle Kanouff, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) expert and her journey.
Have a passion? In this blog, Dr. Palasik talks about how to begin podcasting and the first steps to sharing your passions with the world!
These things too shall pass. Read how you can overcome hardship and find everyday people who embody the principles of resilience.
Why do we say “I don’t have time!” when someone asks us to do something for them? Do you agree that is the best way to respond when we don’t want to do it?
ACT To Live
Who are you? If you think about your 100th birthday, you might figure it out. Let’s take a walk by reading the ATL blog.
Have you been outside lately? Learn about the benefits of forest bathing, the sun, and the great outdoors.
Do your dreams sometimes feel hard to achieve? We address why achieving goals can feel hard and what you can do to pursue your dreams.
Have you ever thought about the science to hugging? The benefits of hugging are more than just a nice feeling. Let’s go for a walk, hug, and talk!
Movies can influence us in unforeseen ways. They can even shape how we appreciate and practice being mindful of moments in our lives. How can you practice carpe diem?
ABA Inspirations: Building Behavior Outcomes
All behaviors happen for one reason or another. Find out how to record observations to better help patients.
What is behavior? One tiny little act? A sequence of events we observe? Both? Learn how we see it, hear it, and think it every day.
Learn how the ABCs of behavior can help you understand and identify behavior to better modify it.
Have you ever loved what you do, but want to take it one step further? Read why Danielle transitioned from being a Special Ed Teacher to a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
How will you go about getting ready for a new normal? Read how one of our founders, Tami, has approached her new normal.
In some recent travel, I had a short layover in Paris. I wish I would have had more time in this amazing city. In my short time there, however, I learned that my assumptions and unconscious bias may inhibit us from being able to truly discover our opportunities for growth and innovation. Paris has weeds, just like my backyard!
I’m guilty! Not all my quality improvements have met their aims. Ok, I have said it. Your turn…
Those who practice in quality improvement in healthcare often use the phrase “leading without authority”. But is that bad? Using information I know about in leadership, Eleanor Roosevelt, and the man who could sleep at night, I learned that being true to oneself we are able to make great things happen even when we are surrounded by chaos.
Share on Linkedin Share on Facebook Share on Messenger Share on Twitter Share on Email In a recent blog “Discharge, Adios, Goodbye, Thank you for seeing me…”, I shared some insight on the discharge or “thank you, goodbye” practice that can improve patient care. What about when you first meet a patient? How do you …