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Maintaining SLP Certification with Continuing Education

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Speech-Language Pathologists know that to maintain their certification through American Speech-Hearing Association (ASHA), they will have to stay current with Continuing Education Units (CEUs).  Each SLP is required to earn 3.0 CEUs every three years to retain a Certificate of Clinical Competence.  Regarding hours of study, that equates to about 10 hours per year.  To keep it manageable, it is recommended that SLP’s break it down yearly, rather than have to try and fit in 30 hours of study in year three.  Fortunately, there are many ways to conveniently earn CEUs, without breaking the bank.

Maintain Your Work/Life Balance with Supplemental Health Care

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As a healthcare professional, having a job that allows you to maintain the proper balance between your work life and home life is critical to both you and your patients.  At Supplemental Health Care, we understand that, and our mission is to provide you with everything you need to be successful professionally and personally. 

Supplemental Health Care #BestHolidayEver Cookbook

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First, we would like to thank everyone that sent us a recipe. So much of the joy that is shared during the holidays happens at the dinner table. It almost doesn’t matter what is being served as long as you’re with loved ones, almost. Here is a small collection of delicious treats straight from the Supplemental Health Care family. Bon appetite!

National Men's Health Week

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Each year, National Men’s Health Week is celebrated the week leading up to Father’s Day and this year it falls on June 15th through June 21st. Throughout the week, men are encouraged to promote healthy living and seek early detection and treatment for male-related diseases. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reminding men to remain physically active, see their doctor regularly, quit smoking, and try to get enough sleep.

Ways to Reduce Stress on the Job

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Every April, since 1992, healthcare professionals have joined forces to increase public awareness about the causes and cures for our nationwide stress epidemic.Studies have shown that 61% of the workforce suffers from chronic stress, leading to over $300 billion in lost productivity and health issues. Today’s healthcare workers are faced with some of the most stressful situations found in any workplace. Dealing with overwork, understaffing, tight schedules, dependent and demanding patients, patient deaths, and more all create an environment that is rife with stress. Because April is Stress Awareness Month, we want to take a moment to provide you with a few tips that you can implement today to help manage the inevitable stress that comes with being a healthcare hero.

Making a New Year's Resolution? Think Continuing Education

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As a healthcare professional, it is critically important to stay on top of continuing education and accreditations to ensure we are at the top of our game.  This year, why not make education one of your resolutions and take your career to the next level.  At Supplemental Health Care, we make it easy to plan for and find the course work you need every step of the way.

How to Create a Skills Development Plan

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Follow these simple five steps and you will find that by taking the time necessary to create a development plan, you can reduce stress, achieve greater job satisfaction, and even land your dream job by fostering a competitive set of skills and professional expertise.

Working With Your Recruiter

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Whether they’re helping you plan your next career move, setting up your next assignment or counseling you through a career transition, your recruiter is here to help you be successful.  Read on for some tips to strengthen your relationship with your recruiter.

Map It Out!

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You will never believe how easy it is to earn an extra 5,000 Our Rewards points just by “Mapping Out Your Next Assignment”!