Welcome to the Kennedy Care monthly employee newsletter! Here, you will find important announcements, celebrations, and details on new hires. Great things are happening at Kennedy Care and we want to share the good news regularly with our trusted and valued employees!
As of Friday, October 22nd, all Kennedy Care Academy courses are now available in Paylocity! You can view all assigned trainings to you by selecting the “Learning” tab in your app or browser. Remember, you get paid for training!
Timesheets are due Monday every week by 12pm (noon).
Safe at Home
Timesheets are due by midnight on the day the shift was worked.
Life Care Professionals of the Month are chosen by their respective teams and each brings amazing caregiving, compassion, and love to our clients and families. Thank you for going the extra mile with your care!
Patriot Care: Theresa King
Catastrophic Care: Kathryn Hines
Safe at Home: Kaley Kauff
Share the Care: Kira Lerma
First and foremost, Patriot Care would like to recognize all of those who have served our country this Veteran’s Day! A special message will be coming out soon from members of the PC Admin team – stay tuned for that!
On November 5, the Patriot Care administrative team attended a team building outing. Goals of this outing were to get to know each other better, as well as develop ways to improve the quality of service we provide to LCP’s!
Kennedy Care Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
This November, Kennedy Care will be celebrating two important national celebration months: National Home Care and Hospice Month, as well as National Family Caregiver Month!
National Home Care and Hospice Month is celebrated annually to bring awareness to healthcare professionals timeless efforts in providing high quality care for patients of all ages. There are more than 1.45 million home care providers in the U.S., and Kennedy Care would not exist without you all!
We also cannot overlook the importance of National Family Caregivers Month! Also celebrated each November, this month serves as a time to recognize and honor families who provide care for their loved ones day in and day out. Families are the primary source of support for elderly patients and those with disabilities in the U.S., and we cannot thank you enough for your timeless dedication.
Please click the links below to learn more and find ways to celebrate these two amazing months!
History of National Home Care and Hospice Month
Video Celebrating Home Care and Hospice Month
About National Family Caregivers Month