With over 25 years' experience, Paige is a featured speaker at health care conferences on diverse topics for post-acute and long term care settings. Her presentations and trainings are entertaining, filled with real facility examples and experiences. She highlights the joys, and hilarity, of working in these settings and encourages people to expand their skills.
From individual training to all staff inservices, Paige makes learning fun. She inspires people to evaluate their processes and outcomes to identify where to focus improvement efforts.
Every person, in every department, plays a role in resident centered care and service. Paige's extensive knowledge of clinical operations guides staff to see how their work impacts the entire team.
Paige stays well-informed about topics important to leadership and staff. With emphasis on person-centered care and risk management, she transforms concepts and regulations into actions that staff can relate to and use immediately.
Master of Social Work
Licensed, State of Arizona
I must be honest with you, when I registered, it was with the intent of “just getting hours” for my license. As I listened to what you were sharing, I could see an application for use in my own company and the need for “hours” became secondary.
Ron Lawrence, President
SummitView Health Management, Inc.
I am truly mind blown over your presentation and subject matter.
My colleague and I attended your workshop hoping to get nuggets of information to use for our training programs and left with an encyclopedia of not just useful, but truly growth-inducing, mind-expanding concepts. In the many years I have worked in LTC, your lecture provided me the most guidance and truth. I will take back what you shared and hopefully make a lasting impact in improving the life of my residents and my facility.
Stella Maris, Baltimore, MD
Preparing SNF/NFs for their annual survey by providing tools and systems that promote strong documentation; analyzing data to guide process improvement activities and providing staff development programs that strengthen communication and coordination for interdisciplinary staff.
Robert P. Connolly
MSW, LCSW-C, CMS Consultant
Her talent to get and hold the attention of one person or a room full is such a benefit in making a difference in education and learning. She has been a great asset to me and I continue to rely on her talent.
Tra Beicher, RNC, ARM, CHRM, CWS, FCCWS, WCC
Author, Defensive Documentation
Paige's session was the best one I attended. She was very practical, informative and has a great understanding of the barriers clinicians face with advance care planning discussions - very well done!
Her consultative skills are professional, focused, and thoughtful. Paige is an excellent listener and staff can easily share their challenges, frustrations and successes.
Carol Ann Cavouras, President CAC Associates
Very good training. It's what should be done in all facilities.
She is an effective and efficient consultant who works effortlessly with diverse staff of various backgrounds, skill sets and experience.
Lori Waldberg, MSW, LCSW
I enjoyed how interactive this class was.
Unique blend of leadership and operational expertise.
Kathleen Collins Pagels
Past Executive Director
Arizona Health Care Association
Paige is a self-starter whose enthusiasm for meaningful work is contagious, and she is able to make complex issues more comprehensible for others.
Carol O. Long, PhD, RN, FPCN
Interested in learning more about end of life topics and expanding your knowledge and skills? Check out the workshops that my colleague, Tani Bahti, RN and I offer and will tailor to your specific practice setting.