Tuesday, July 12, 2022 | 03:19 AM EST

Unmatched GooZam Grow Features for an Umatched Learning Experience


As the demand for home-based care services continues to soar, so does the industry's shortage of workers. Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI) report shows that around 7.8 million caregiving positions are projected to sit unfilled by 2026. So the multimillion-dollar question for agencies remains: how can agencies survive the staffing crisis?— the leading challenge within home health and hospice care. One possible answer — and solution to rising health care costs and quality concerns — could be upskilling and reskilling.

Most people who spend time with home care workers know that these professionals are routinely underestimated. They are undervalued in health care delivery, with median pay and sometimes without benefits. Additional factors such as inconsistent and largely inadequate training standards and scarce opportunities for career growth and engagement with other providers drive high turnover rates in-home care. But with the proper support, home care workers can contribute more meaningfully to both health and quality-of-life outcomes, give patients a better chance of managing illnesses, and prevent avoidable hospital admissions and adverse health outcomes. 

Rather than relying on home care workers to cultivate their skills over time, health care systems could better prepare this workforce by investing in upskilling training. Inadequate training can hinder workers' ability to deliver quality care and threaten the overall stability of the workforce; those who enter home care feeling unprepared for its demands are less satisfied in their jobs and more likely to leave the profession.

But the truth is that training standards for home care workers have not kept pace with the shifts in demographics and long-term care policies that have contributed to higher patient acuity levels. Launching specialized training programs could be costly — and implementation isn't always easy. While training is a step in the right direction, agencies can't do it alone.

And that's where we come in.

GooZam Grow is an e-Learning platform that helps your agency navigate an ever-changing landscape of trends, practices, and regulations. It ensures you have the tools and resources needed to empower home care workers and deliver operational improvement across the continuum of care. In addition, we help underscore competencies within home care workers' existing scope of practice. For example, enhanced training in clinical topics can improve workers' understanding of patient health conditions and their ability to attend to a care plan, navigate transitions in care, and support health-promoting behaviors. With over 30 courses, followed by assessments, and certification, we guarantee that your agency will is up-to-date- with the latest trends and industry best practices, just like any other regular e-Learning platform. But what set's us apart is our unmatched learning experience with unmatched features. 

At GooZam Grow, we are out not only to help you meet clinical competence but also to simplify compliance and redefine preparedness--- all with flexible and convenient learning. 

How?

When you subscribe to GooZam Grow, we guarantee your complete compliance with federal and state posting requirements by keeping your documents and posters updated for 12 months. We also activate your emergency operations plan by adopting a standard all-hazards EPP while covering all the phases of mitigation, preparedness, response, and recovery. 

That's hitting many more birds with one stone. And that's not even the best part. You can meet healthcare demands with confidence, competence, and compliance for only $50. Yep, five-zero.

Ready to break six figures by spending only two?

Know how we can make it happen. Request for demo now.

Other News

Posted by Goozam Grow on Saturday, October 22, 2022

How To Play as an Athlete and Study Abroad for Free

Play and study abroad for FREE! Having it all is possible.

As a student-athlete, you may be forced to pick between your soccer cleats or your passport. Don't make your biggest regret of not trying to find a way to do both. To all the jocks out there, fear not. If you want to get on a plane and jet-set to faraway places, you can pack your jerseys in your carry-on and get the best of both.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, October 18, 2022

Data Soft Logic Agencies Get Exclusive Special Privilege with GooZam Grow!

Home Health and Hospice Care compliance training has plateaued during COVID-19, but Data Soft Logic (DSL) is giving their agencies the skills to meet healthcare demands with confidence, competence, and compliance. All Data Soft Logic members receive an exclusive, special privilege to use GooZam Grow as a member benefit!

Posted by Goozam Grow on Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Explore Compliance Training Courses Under $6 Online!

As a healthcare agency, you already know that there are specific laws and regulations in place that you need to follow. But that's the easy part. What's more complicated, though, is providing proof. It would be best if you showed that your agency consistently complies with those laws. Being fully compliant isn't an easy goal, but you have to make an effort. If you don't, you'll get slammed with a fine when an audit comes your way.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Friday, September 30, 2022

Address Learning Curves and Solve Compliance Issues With One E-Learning Platform

In our years of experience, we learned that one of the biggest fears of learning managers is lost time in setting up a new learning platform and overcoming the typically slow learning curve. However, learning is changing rapidly, and with ever-evolving global markets, it has become more critical to train your employees, partners, and stakeholders and align them with your organization's mission and vision. But training an entire organization is no small task. Yet, training professionals are expected to deliver learning at the speed of need that is engaging, trackable, and can directly contribute to organizational goals

Posted by Goozam Grow on Wednesday, September 21, 2022

Home Health and Hospice Care Supplies and Solutions - Here's What You Really Need!

Each agency has unique qualities and specific challenges to address, with most needing custom solutions ranging from simple needs like masks and gloves to full-scale emergency and disaster management programs. So why scour over different shops when you can purchase almost anything and everything from a sole shop? This way, processes can be consolidated, costs can be reduced, and quality can be guaranteed- which means better service for you and your clients.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 13, 2022

4 Key Features Your Agency's e-Learning Platform Needs

With so many Learning Management Systems in the market to choose from, losing sight of your agency's overall goal can be easy. You may wind up with an e-Learning platform that doesn't get the job done. Let's narrow it down for you.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Wednesday, August 3, 2022

GooZam Grow Customer Testimonials: Read What Our Customers Have To Say.

At GooZam Grow, our focus on building solid customer relationships is central to our work. We believe we can support you best when we understand your business aims and also know your customers. So we listen when we work alongside you and pay close attention to what you tell us in our customer surveys.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Friday, July 22, 2022

GooZam Grow Frequently Asked Questions

A comprehensive training program is necessary to ensure your agency is successful. But, unfortunately, it can also waste your time and money. But that needn't be the case with the correct training approach.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, July 12, 2022

Unmatched GooZam Grow Features for an Umatched Learning Experience

As the demand for home-based care services continues to soar, so does the industry's shortage of workers. Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute (PHI) report shows that around 7.8 million caregiving positions are projected to sit unfilled by 2026. So the multimillion-dollar question for agencies remains: how can agencies survive the staffing crisis?— the leading challenge within home health and hospice care. One possible answer — and solution to rising health care costs and quality concerns — could be upskilling and reskilling.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Friday, June 24, 2022

Keeping Healthcare Workers Safe To Keep Patients Safe

The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us of health workers' vital role in relieving suffering and saving lives. Even before the outbreak, the health sector was among the most hazardous sectors to work in. Only a few healthcare facilities had programs to manage health and safety at work. Individuals with medical, functional, or access needs are particularly vulnerable to natural hazards. Factors such as physical limitations, mental ailments, and medication requirements are issues of concern for home health and hospice care workers. Moreover, they also face various occupational risks and threats of impending emergencies, affecting the safety of both health workers and patients.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Improving the Quality of Healthcare by Improving the People Who Deliver Care

Healthcare professionals must stay updated on industry trends, technologies, treatments, and best practices. By regularly providing employees with eLearning courses, home health agencies ensure they have access to all relevant information they require when it matters most—when they are learning it.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Wednesday, June 8, 2022

GooZam Grow Makes Both Learning and Teaching Possible in One eLearning Platform

Compliance training is critical for in-home health agencies, whether it covers essential regulations, safety procedures, or company policies. However, as with many other employees in the healthcare industry, it's also crucial that ongoing education and training program is in place for home health caregivers. This will help ensure the continued quality of patient care and safety, accident prevention and care management, and regulatory compliance. Continuing education courses, tools, and other resources are available from various sources to help health care organizations and their employees make care safer to administer and receive.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, May 30, 2022

How to Safeguard Your Agency Against Home Health Compliance Surveys

Home health care agencies must comply with many state and federal standards and regulations. To fall short of these regulations could result in severe penalties, such as heavy fines or jail time. It can be a daunting experience for agency operators like you, but with the right preparation strategies, you’ll be able to sail through with ease and grace, no less!

Posted by Goozam Grow on Thursday, May 19, 2022

4 Ways GooZam Grow's In-services Courses Meet Healthcare Agencies' Challenges

When you’re in the business of caring for people, it’s essential to stay focused on the quality of care you provide.

GooZam has seen considerable changes in the healthcare landscape. The advances in clinical practice have focused on evidence-based practices, and more stringent regulations continue to emphasize safety and quality of care. Global events—such as the current COVID-19 pandemic—escalated to the highest level, and the importance of ensuring employees have the knowledge, skills, and confidence to implement best-practice safety measures to protect residents and themselves.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Wednesday, May 11, 2022

4 Ways Compliance Training Helps You Protect Your Agency

What if someone told you that you had to spend money now to save money in the future? When it comes to healthcare agency compliance training, that's exactly what happens.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Thursday, April 28, 2022

4 Reasons To Invest in a Cloud-based Learning Platform

There is no doubt that online learning is the way of the future. In fact, according to the 2020 LinkedIn Workplace Learning Report, 57 percent of Learning and Development Departments intend to spend more time and money on online learning in the coming year. According to Training Magazine's 2019 Training Industry Report, 44 percent of businesses planned to invest in online tools and systems to facilitate learning.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Thursday, April 21, 2022

Keeping The Workplace Safe: Infection Prevention and Control in Home Health and Hospice Care

Infection control has always been an essential part of the job for all healthcare workers, and with the recent pandemic caused by COVID-19, it's more important than ever.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Wednesday, April 6, 2022

Create Custom Courses: Why you should be building courses and not buying them

It's no secret that your agency's ability to deliver excellent care relies on competence levels, skills and up-to-date knowledge. However, it's also no secret that fitting training into the daily demands of running a busy home health agency can sometimes feel like a challenge too. But without regular training, your agency could be facing issues in their care services that could have easily been avoided. The nightmare of standards slipping, incidents, mistakes and the dread of a CMS inspection that doesn't do you justice could all become harsh realities.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Thursday, March 31, 2022

Making Home Health and Hospice Care Agencies Safe in Emergencies and Disasters

During a disaster or emergency, home health and hospice care professionals care for patients who do not require hospitalization or cannot be admitted into overwhelmed health care facilities. Depleted supplies, personnel shortages, and other challenges during times of crisis may strain the ability of these care providers to address their patients' needs. Good preparedness planning is essential for ensuring that the needs of both patients and their caregivers are met most effectively and professionally possible. When planning for contingencies, home health care providers must consider a variety of hazards and events that could impact their patients. Hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, tsunamis, wildfires, and pandemic influenza are just a few examples. Home health and hospice care professionals play a vital role in disaster preparedness because their patients depend on them for continuity of care during a catastrophic event.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Thursday, March 17, 2022

The COVID-19 New Normal Must-Haves are Now on GooZam Store!

Oh, the things we'll do when the pandemic is over! Don't we all have a post-COVID bucket list? The people we'll see, the places we'll go to, and all the adventures we'll have. So we can start with that long and growing list of people and events we've been waiting to celebrate appropriately! But for our healthcare workers, these new normal bucket lists will have to wait a little longer and are replaced by a couple of must-haves instead.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Wednesday, March 2, 2022

What Does Compliance to Labor Law Posting Mean for Your Agency?

If you run a business and have employees, there are a slew of federal and state Labor Law posters you’re required to post where employees can see them each day一and Healthcare Agencies like Home Health and Hospices are no exception.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, February 22, 2022

The Big Red Book: Everything You Need to Know to Protect and Prepare Your Agency

Emergency preparedness in healthcare agencies is the capability of health care systems, communities, and individuals to prevent, protect against, quickly respond to, and recover from health emergencies, particularly those whose scale, timing, or unpredictability threatens to overwhelm routine capabilities.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, February 8, 2022

Why is being ADA compliant significant to your agency?

 Keeping up with rules, regulations, and laws related to healthcare is what healthcare compliance is all about. Every healthcare organization must have some level of corporate compliance in order to operate effectively. It is the responsibility of healthcare organizations to comply with industry standards and regulations to ensure their patients are receiving safe, high-quality care. By doing so, they are able to continuously improve the quality of care. Being ADA-compliant is no exception.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, January 18, 2022

Prepare to Protect, Protect to Prevail

The hurricane Harvey that struck Texas in 2017, the wildfire that started in California in 2020, along with the COVID-19 pandemic, have dramatically underscored the vital role of all aspects of the health care delivery system, including home health and hospice, in addressing emergency situations.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Ace Your Boards with No Other than ACE+ Review Center

Are you taking the Architecture, Civil Engineering, or Master Plumbing Board Exam this 2022? Are you thinking about the best way to manage your review? Can you do it yourself? Or are you considering an investment to maximize your study time? Is it worth spending money on working with review experts? The answer is YES! And we’ll tell you why Ace+ Review Center is the best choice to help you get that Architect or Engineer before your name.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, January 11, 2022

Stay Informed to Save Lives

290,959,019.

As of January 4, 2022, this is the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases globally, according to the World Health Organization.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, January 4, 2022

Survival Kit 101: Know What Items Can Keep You Safe

Preparing an emergency kit for your car and home can help you and your family if any type of emergency affects your routine. During an emergency, one of the most crucial necessities you will need is basic supplies. Since you do not know where you will be when an emergency occurs, prepare supplies for home, work and cars.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Thursday, December 23, 2021

Why GooZam Grow is the Future of Beneficiary Trainings

By now, we may have realized more and more that the main reason for many unsuccessful development projects was and still is the lack of active, effective, and lasting participation of the intended beneficiaries. Projects should involve more participation by beneficiaries more importantly, in their own improvement. Without participation, the people may benefit but not develop from a project. Thus participation has intrinsic value.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Friday, December 10, 2021

Learning Made Simple: Why You Need To Invest in an e-Learning Platform

As technology advances and workplace strategies improve, there comes a need for Government Organizations to align with these changes in terms of knowledge, skills, and values. One of the best ways to enhance knowledge and skills is through training. Getting employees exposed to relevant and consistent training can help companies improve performance and increase results in the workplace.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, December 7, 2021

GooZam Grow is Free!

We are thrilled to now offer free access to our eLearning platform, GooZam Grow! Designed for agencies who want to train employees through tools that provide them with the knowledge and skills necessary to improve their performance at work. Thanks to this, companies can update their workers’ skills without having to hire new professionals with updated knowledge, because they can train them in-house. For organizations, it offers an affordable, time-efficient way to train their people. In return, employees benefit from convenient training that enhances their skills and knowledge at their own pace.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Thursday, November 25, 2021

Project KaleidesCOPE: Changing The Way You See The World

Every person has a story, a personal history that explains the way they feel, behave, and live. Unfortunately, many of these people, and maybe even you, have been beaten up by life’s circumstances. But there is always hope for healing, especially when we learn to understand one another. When we change our perspective, ask “what happened to you?” rather than “what’s wrong with you?”. We can build stronger people, relationships, and communities. Lucky for us, the Order of Asclepius, helps us turn the kaleidoscope and see the world a little differently.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Thursday, November 25, 2021

Why is Senior Care Rising in Demand?

They say, “The best thing you can give your elder is your time”.


It is indeed the best thing you can give to anybody actually, but much more so when it comes to the elderly. So what did the healthcare industry do? They provided senior care. Now that there are millions of seniors in the US, the demand for senior care in the country rises in tandem. That alone however is not enough to significantly impact demand, so why? Well, that's what we are here to find out. Here’s why senior care is rising in demand and what you need to know as a healthcare provider.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Wednesday, November 10, 2021

The Future of Review Centers is Near!

When governments across the country declared a state of emergency in March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, many academic institutions including Review Centers were forced to decide how to keep operations going. They had to quickly modify their processes while simultaneously considering how learning could continue to be administered.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, November 8, 2021

Beat the Boards

We all began the year 2020 with optimism, claiming that it would be our year. However, COVID-19 has caused thousands of deaths and affects millions of people even today. It has drastically altered the way we do things and has fundamentally altered the dynamics of our daily lives. Dreams have been pushed back and canceled. This is true for Engineering graduates, or graduates of any course in the class of 2020 who were looking forward to taking the next step toward their dreams – taking and passing the board exam and practicing as licensed professionals right away.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, November 8, 2021

GooZam Grow Celebrates Hospice and Palliative Care Month

Unless you have had a friend or family member who has been under hospice or palliative care, you haven’t had a reason to learn about what it does. For many people, hearing the word hospice is something they equate with a death sentence because from inexperience and little first-hand knowledge, they know people go into a hospice program when they are very sick. But through research, 96 percent of people who have had a personal connection to hospice are left with a positive impression of what hospice care can do. That means they’re doing something right, and what they’re doing is making sure everyone, caregivers as well as people with a life-limiting or terminal illness, gets to experience the best possible quality of life and live each day fully and comfortably until the very end. Volunteers spend meaningful time with patients, and their families, doing special acts of kindness to bring a smile and an extra feeling of support. Caregivers make special foods for patients to brighten their day, they make it possible for them to fulfill a life-long dream, and carry out activities such as holiday meals and hymn singings to make each of them feel a part of life.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Four Main Challenges to Review Centers Amid and Beyond the Pandemic

Before the school year draws to a close, we would normally notice students and parents walking the stretch of General Luna street, holding brochures and flyers, trying to find the best review center that will help them qualify for the best college education or pass the licensure exam. But did you know that many years ago, review centers were not so commonplace, and students had to study by themselves? Today, review centers are mushrooming everywhere in the city.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Healthcare Ethics In Practice

In your career, healthcare ethics will always play a vital role. Each decision you will make must be questioned if it is within the community ethical standards, or simply if it is ethical for you. You have learned and trained the norms of healthcare in our current society yet, it is difficult when it is challenged. That is why we’re here to help you and guide you on what you can do. Here are the ways healthcare ethics are being practiced.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

3 Things You Should Know About Healthcare Ethics

Every day you take care of patients in need of your care, you carefully assist them and provide medical care as part of your job. However, there is something within you that makes you do more. Every time you take care of a patient, these words pop up in your mind “First, do no harm”.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

A Step by Step Guide to Making Home Visits Safer

Whether you are at work or at home, understanding how to take care of yourself and what risks you are exposed to are important steps on the path to safety. During home visits, healthcare providers face unique risks. They are frequently exposed to a variety of potentially fatal or life-threatening hazards. To avoid these hazards and protect yourself, how do you cultivate a safety culture that incorporates a preventative approach to managing risk?

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Home Visit Hazards and Safety Recommendations

Healthcare providers confront particular dangers in terms of their own safety and health during home visits. They are often exposed to a range of life-threatening or possibly severe dangers.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Beyond The Walls And Into The Home: What You Should Know About Home Visits

Home visiting has emerged as an important service-delivery strategy because it potentially affords unique opportunities for reaching populations. Under certain conditions, home visiting has been shown to produce positive impacts on young children and older adults and is also frequently employed as a means to reduce barriers to accessing health services.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Best Practices by Healthcare Providers for a Safe Patient Transfer

Safe patient transfer as you may already know is of great necessity for your job as a healthcare provider, as you will be doing numerous transfers in the course of your career. Regardless of how many times you have performed this task, you must ensure both your safety and the safety of your patient.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Few Things To Remember To Ensure Safety During Patient Transfer

Patient transfer oftentimes can be a difficult task for healthcare providers. There are a lot of factors that should be considered such as the patient’s size and mobility, device and equipment used, and many more.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

What Should You Know About Safe Transfer?

Patient transfer is a common occurrence in a healthcare institution. It may sound unimportant but you should understand that it is crucial. It is because the most unfortunate events can happen during this time especially with the absence of safety measures.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Tuesday, September 28, 2021

You Get This For Free When You Subscribe To GooZam Grow!

COVID-19 has caused a major interruption in the education of many. More than a year into the pandemic, a large number of the population mainly the students and professionals globally are affected by the disruption of the education system — that is why learning was taken into a digital platform. With the right tool given to learners, they can further their careers by gaining knowledge and skills that can also help them gain new qualifications.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, September 13, 2021

6 Ways You Could Reduce or Prevent the Risk of Falls

Falls must never be underestimated. Sure some falls are nothing and won’t cause any major incident, but when they do, it can lead to unwanted injuries, difficulties, or in extreme cases, death. We can’t just sit, wait and let it happen. What can we do? Well, you would be happy to know that we can identify the risk associated with falling. After we do identify them, we can remove or avoid those possible hazards making our lives safer. Here are the six (6) ways you could reduce or prevent the risk for falls.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, September 13, 2021

Top 3 Risk Factors for Falls You Should Know

Customer loyalty is one of the driving forces behind an agency’s success. Looking for clients and patients for your agency is as important as keeping your existing ones loyal. In any business, achieving such loyalty is very important. Here are some pointers on how you can gain clients and patients and guarantee loyalty among them.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, September 13, 2021

Your Dementia-friendly Home Safety Guide

What if a simple change to your home could make a huge impact for someone living with dementia? Taking measures to improve safety can prevent injuries and help the person living with dementia feel at ease, less overwhelmed and maintain his or her independence longer.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, September 13, 2021

How We Ensure Quality Of Your Learning With GooZam Grow

Learning is an integral part of life, more so when in the line of one’s career. We never stop learning and gaining more knowledge is a necessity in our job. It has been known as well that continuously learning about something new, or simply improving and supplementing the knowledge you already possess can be greatly beneficial for your mental health and your drive in life. It also keeps you up to date with new discoveries and changing trends over time.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, September 13, 2021

Five Things You Should Know About Dementia

The population is aging and more and more older people are living with dementia. 50 million people worldwide are affected by this disease and there are nearly 10 million new cases every year. A growing number of people are offering support and treatment to a loved one who is suffering from dementia. More people are interacting with or meeting people who have the disorder and want to learn more about it. There is a lot of information in the press and online about dementia, so much that it can be overwhelming, so we’ve provided you with a basic overview of the disorder with 5 things you need to know.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Monday, September 13, 2021

GooZam Grow: What You Need To Know About This Distance Learning Platform

Learning is a necessary part of our life and according to research, continuously learning keeps one productive. There are challenges of learning such as the availability of the knowledge and its accessibility. Not to mention the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic that is likely to have long-term consequences in many aspects of our lives. This leads us to embrace online platforms that are undeniably flourishing through the years.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Friday, September 10, 2021

How To Safeguard Your Agency To Avoid Penalties and Violations

Establishing a healthcare agency requires a lot of consideration. One has to keep in mind the required resources, manpower, documentations, and last but not the least, compliances. Among the numerous compliances, the agency has to uphold is a very crucial one, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act or HIPAA. With so many necessities for you to review, how could you ensure to gain accurate information regarding HIPAA?  

Posted by Goozam Grow on Friday, September 10, 2021

Why Should Your Agency Have Access To The Emergency Preparedness Program Course?

Natural disasters and emergencies are not a "what if" but more of a "when will". Understandably, these two concepts happen inevitably. For agencies, an emergency preparedness plan should be in place. The emergency plan should specify different approaches to sudden emergency situations or disasters that may occur.

Posted by Goozam Grow on Saturday, July 10, 2021

Top 3 Facts You Should Know About Fall Prevention

Falls may sound unimportant at first but every year several older adults gain injury due to falls, some even lose their lives in the process. However, do not let the fear of falling hinder your life. Instead, learn the top 3 facts of fall prevention to understand its importance and how it will be crucial for you and your loved ones.

logo

GooZam Grow is an eLearning Platform
for Enterprises aimed at advancing human capacities
to prepare for the future of work.