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The Universal Declaration of Human Rights* states, “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” Pro-ACT training was developed over 40 years ago to help those in healthcare, education and social service professions uphold the human rights of those who are often misunderstood.
Pro-ACT, Inc.: Where Safety, Dignity & Respect Come Together.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was drafted by the United Nations in 1948.
In recognition of National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month we are asking, “What are you grateful for ?” Take time to give to those who have less than you, offer encouragement to those who are in need of support, and thank those who have extended their hand. Did you know that practicing conscious gratitude creates better relationships, reduces stress and improves health? Thank you to all of our partner agencies and In-service Instructors for your commitment and dedication to the well-being and safety of your staff and clients. We wouldn’t be who we are without you!
Pro-ACT, Inc. will be at the 31st annual APNA (American Psychiatric Nurses Association) Conference on October 18-21 in Phoenix, Arizona. Stop by booth 308 and learn why healthcare agencies that deal with difficult behavior use Pro-ACT training to prevent crises before they occur.
Agencies use Pro-ACT training so staff may better care for clients. Pro-ACT training also helps your staff take better care of themselves. Why is that important? Because healthy staff are better professionals and capable of providing more effective care. In celebration of Emotional Wellness this October, we ask how you take care of yourself? Top answers from Pro-ACT, Inc. administration and trainers include: cooking great food, cycling, knitting, time with my dogs, meditation, time with family, reading, walks on the beach.