An award-winning nursing home consultant program designed to improve the quality of nursing home care is coming to a small town near you.
The Saptic Certified Nursing Home Consultant Program is a five-year, $1 million grant awarded by the National Institutes of Health.
Saptic is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving quality of care for nursing home residents and caregivers through education, training, and mentorship.
The program was established to support the establishment of a skilled nursing home workforce.
The award, which was announced Thursday, was made to the San Antonio Community Foundation for its support of the Saptics program.
The program’s goal is to increase access to quality care for residents and caretakers of nursing homes.
According to a press release, “the program will help create a more robust and efficient nursing home industry by providing training and support to employers and residents.”
The goal of the program is to provide nursing home workers with the skills and competencies to provide quality nursing home services.
The grant will support training, support, and other educational activities for nursing homes, caregivers, and their families, according to the press release.
The award has received more than 3,500 applications from over 100 cities and counties, including San Antonio, Dallas, and Austin.
The initial application deadline for the award is Oct. 6.
The Saptica Certified Nursing Homes Association was formed by the nonprofit organization, which aims to promote a culture of health care excellence and patient-centered care in nursing homes and care homes.
It was established in 1998 by former San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and was funded by the Sashton Foundation, a foundation founded by San Antonio businessman and philanthropist David Sashler.