The Joint Commission – Do’s and Don’ts on Masks

Who is the Joint Commission? They are an Enterprise that accredits over 20,000 United States Healthcare Organizations and Programs. They are a non-profit who pushes Regent to improve the safety and quality of care we provide to our clients. They hold us accountable for what we do and say through the provision of health care accreditation and related services that support performance improvement. We have been Joint Commission Accredited for years now and appreciate their knowledge and guidance through, thus

Wreaths Across America 2019

Each December, on National Wreaths Across America Day, the mission is to Remember, Honor and Teach by coordinating wreath-laying ceremonies at Arlington National Cemetery, as well as at more than 2,100 additional locations in all 50 U.S. states, at sea and abroad. This year, Members of our Regent Family laid wreaths in different locations joining hundreds of volunteers from all walks across the earth. It was an experience we will never forget – Veterans and their families will always be a

“Don’t work for Recognition, but do work worthy of Recognition.” – H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

This was a post from one of our Regent Families who lost their Mother to Dementia. Mrs. Lee was with Regent for years and her family will remain a part of ours for years to come.   “For those of you who have not seen my sister’s post from this morning, my mother passed away last night. It was a peaceful passing, and for that I am eternally grateful. She was 92, and had fought the good fight

Regent Kick’s off it’s Caregiver Dementia Education and Behavioral Management Training Program – Regent CONNECTed Care ™

Regent is please to announce that it has worked in collaboration with Shore Neurocognitive Health who developed a Dementia educational program specifically for Regent’s caregivers.  This training will equip Regents’ caregivers with the knowledge, tools and behavioral management techniques to deliver the very best care for our clients who have  dementia.  Regent caregivers will receive training and achieve progressive levels of certification in dementia care.  The training will be rolled out in phases to Regent caregivers over the coming months.   Dementia

Regent Healthcare Announces Grand Opening of New Easton Office

Regent Healthcare Announces Grand Opening of New Easton Office Regent Healthcare, the largest, non-franchised Home Care Agency in Central Maryland, announced today that it has opened a new office in Easton, Md. to meet the growing demand for in-home healthcare on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Located at 218 North Washington St., this is Regent Healthcare’s fourth office, joining established locations in Odenton, Leonardtown, and Chestertown. The rapidly growing company announced its expansion to the Eastern Shore in September 2018 with the acquisition