Stockton Earns National Certification for Home Care and Hospice

GIRARD, Ohio — Amy Stockton, administrator at Windsor Home Health, recently earned the designation of Certified Executive for Home Care and Hospice. This certification program was offered through the Ohio Health Care Association.

Stockton passed the National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Board’s Home and Community-Based Services Examination to earn the designation. She is one of only 86 Ohio executives achieve this national certification.

The comprehensive certification program is designed to elevate the skills and professionalism of executives in home care, hospice and community-based services by combining national competency standards with Ohio’s comprehensive state-specific training. The training course is a combination of interactive classroom training, guided self-study, and hands-on clinical learning.

Following the four-day course, candidates must complete the NAB examination to earn the Certified Executive for Home Care and Hospice designation.

Stockton has worked at Windsor Home Health for 18 months. She has an exceptional record of assisting with a start-up home health care agency as well as almost a decade of experience in home health care ranging from pediatrics to geriatrics.

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