limited license paraprofessionals llp
A limited licensed paraprofessional (LPP) is an individual who has received a certification to practice a certain type of law, whether that be family law or business law but is not a lawyer. This certification provides nonlawyers the knowledge needed to be able to practice law at an effective level and be competent in court.
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risk management hospitality
The hospitality and tourism industry like other industries, faces the challenge of managing risk and crisis. As an industry that involves human contact and provides services, its vulnerability to risk and crisis is even higher. Since crises occur when least expected, it is important to have a risk management plan establishing the steps to be...
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instructional design technology
Making informed decisions is an essential element in the Instructional Design (ID) toolbox. While many professionals rely on decision-making skills, the knowledge you possess as an ID allows you to design and evaluate meaningful learning experiences.
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health services administration
In February 2020, the Lexington VA Health Care System (LVAHCS) assembled our Incident Command for the first time in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic. Two years later, we are still meeting to ensure things are running smoothly. I cannot articulate clearly enough the strain that has on a system or organization, especially a health care...
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psychology education
Applied behavior analysis or ABA is a treatment based on behavioral theory that can be used in a variety of settings and with many different ages and groups of people. ABA is often used to increase skills and quality of life of those with autism and other developmental and behavioral differences.
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public administration business meeting
rofessional and scholarly studies on organizations, both public and private. Research consistently demonstrates that workforce and managerial diversity positively contribute to the performance of organizations.
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Person writing out a schedule
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically impacted the way we all live our lives, including the daily lives of those who may have behavior support plans. Behavior support plans are used to help prevent the occurrence of challenging behaviors and provide support for the individual and for caregivers in the environment when the behaviors do occur....
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criminal justice corrections
Over the last decade, most states have engaged in some form of bail reform designed to reduce the number of people detained while awaiting trial. This reform, however, is likely to become the latest example of rational correctional reform to be undone amid public outrage generated by a reported spike in violent crime and high-profile...
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Nurse Practitioner Examining Baby
Kentucky has one of the highest rates in the nation for chronic disease such as heart disease, hypertension, and diabetes. At the same time, almost half of Kentucky counties are designated health professional shortage areas (HPSAs). This can mean lack of the most basic healthcare for people in those areas. Family nurse practitioners (FNPs) are...
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psychology empathy
Empathy is typically defined as the ability to share and understand someone else’s feelings and incorporates the ability to understand how a person feels, what they might be thinking, and to share those feelings. When people think of empathy, they often think of shared experiences. For example, most people have fallen sometime during childhood and...
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