Conversations With George
By George Fleischner
Conversations with George Fleischner, President and CEO of Nonotuck Resource Associates, Inc. Join George as he interviews people both inside and outside the Nonotuck Community about relevant issues in the service to people with intellectual, developmental, and/or physical disabilities. George and his guests tackle issues such as values, civility, managed care, families, person centered services, intentional communities, residential care, shared living, adult family care, day services, autism, and a myriad of other topics we believe you will find interesting and useful.
Conversations With GeorgeOct 02, 2019
Episode 1: CARF with Kitty Curtin and Angela Procopio-Rahilly
Recently, George sat down with two Nonotuck employees Kitty Curtin, Executive VP of Operations and Angela Procopio-Rahilly, Executive VP of Quality Enhancement to discuss their agency’s recent audit from CARF. Angela and Kitty lead the organization in the preparation of this first time CARF audit. It was a huge endeavor. One you might want to hear about. Come join the “Conversation with George” as he explores with Kitty and Angela why Nonotuck was audited, what CARF stands for, and how they planned for the audit. They will also review how the survey was conducted and will speak to the exit interview. Finally Kitty and Angela will provide us all with their overall thoughts of the experience.
Oct 02, 201943:23
Coming Soon: Conversations with George Fleischner
We hope you will join us the very near future this exciting new podcast Conversations with George Fleischner. George, President and CEO of Nonotuck Resources Inc. since 1987, will be interviewing people both inside and out of the Nonotuck Community about relevant issues in the service to people with intellectual, developmental and or physical disabilities. George and his guests will tackle issues such as values, civility, managed care, families, person centered services, intentional communities, residential care, shared living, adult family care, day services, autism, and a myriad of areas we believe you’ll find interesting and useful. Stay tuned for these honest and real conversations with George.
Jul 25, 201900:60