Welcome to Purposeful Concepts LLC!
Are you looking for a partner on your project?
We provide Educational Support Services, Curriculum and Program Development, through a hybrid/in-person and online delivery methodology and include multiple language translation. Our Professional Consulting Services focus on multigenerational programs and people from all walks of life. Ask us about our Senior Focused technical approach, or our Youth Development and Life Skills programming. Our focus on foundational body, mind, and soul wellness evokes a new consciousness!
Let us guide you in educational components to assist humanity as it begins to better understand “Lifestyle Wellness,” and self-care management. As the use of data collection and personal preferences is reviewed by insurance carriers, providers, and people new personalized or group health goals will emerge.
From insurance carriers, healthcare administrator’s, clinicians, essential service workers, to youth & Families -we will all look to learn self-care, overall wellness, and mind-management techniques. Purposeful Concepts looks to educate those struggling with the complexities of ordinary life.
Additionally, we are part of an ever-expanding Business Alliance eager to build new networks and partners with others interested in Health & Human Relations, and Economic Development.
Purposeful Concepts is in the heart of Rochester, New York
Women’s Business Enterprise (Monroe County)#000047 with a Monroe County (NY) Vendor #11126810
New York State Certified
WOSB (certification pending)
HUBZone Certified (2023)
|Healthcare Methodologies and Strategy Education
Community Health & Wellness
Education and Youth Programming
|In working with and in healthcare facilities, we realize the need for different methodologies which involve “stakeholders” in three separate roles or departments/areas.
Youth – the leaders of tomorrow!
With an emphasis on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) we work with organizations, educational institutions, facilities, and schools to best identify a starting point that meets your needs. Exposing overall wellness from a “Mind, Body, and Soul” perspective, while engaging youth in programs, focused on necessary skills in everyday life.
1,The Consumer or patient, who may be a caregiver to a loved one as well.
2. The Provider or physician or clinician delivering care to the consumer
3. A Healthcare Facility where modalities of treatment measures are provided, or a Long-Term Care (LTC) also known as a Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF)
1. Economic Stability (Civics-Identify disruptions and strategies to overcome barriers through inspiring and engaging youth, along with prioritizing action items)
Based on the above roles, processes that lead to compliance, isn’t easily comprehended. Understanding everchanging care delivery, accountability, and responsibility can become complex, often time consuming, and frustrating to navigate.
Our goal is to save you time and resources with the ability to measure quality improvement. ASK US regarding how:
We help Providers with specific tasks in education and patient literacy. With the scheduled shift from a MIPs model to MVPs; a person-centered methodology will drive new care innovation.
Help Long Term Care (LTC), one of the newest inclusions to CMS Regulatory Compliance, FTAG tool, QAPI (Quality Assurance – Process Improvement) outline, and our educational strategy to assist with compliance as well as a Plan of Correction (POC)
We look at REAL issues through multiple data sources including, the lens of the Community Health Needs Assessment (CHNA), community data, listen to what youth and families prioritize as where they want to be engaged. We educate using the “whole person,” body, mind, and soul that makes up each unique individual. Through discussion, we learn the barriers they face within all demographics to realize collaborative concepts to prioritize based on their goals. Using a R. (respect) E. (equity) A. (awareness) L. (learning) outline in programming, diversity, equity, and inclusion are top of mind in our strategy.
With insight in all the “touch points” of care delivery, our tool is available online, 24/7, to meet YOUR needs wherever you are located. Additionally, we include the ability to translate our resources, tools, and educational metrics into any language. This allows users to comprehend in their native tongue which increase learning outcomes measurement as well as their ability to educate or onboard new members or staff.
This is just one demonstration of our abilities in helping humans understand terminology, healthcare acronym’s, and increase literacy within each specific pathway.
To understand what is required, manage workflows, and improve outcomes requires an easy to follow, step-by-step educational tool which we can develop with you in mind.
Need us to focus on a specific topic, or help educate your staff to the importance, ASK US! We create custom tools, using a best-practice approach.
We look forward to hearing how we can work with you!
Tell ME About YOU!
Are you interested in exploring methods to develop new skills, strategies, and partnerships? A wise friend used to say, “Culture can eat strategy for lunch!” Oftentimes we observe patterns or behaviors in the workplace or executive leadership where the thought process of “culture” aligns with the outcomes we often measure. One concept of where to start is in simply asking the following:
- What is the challenge I/we would like to overcome?
- What are the perceived barriers?
- Why are those barriers present?
- Who owns them (do I/we have the authority to overcome the barrier I/we am trying to solve?)
- Where do I start? (Do not be concerned with this answer, we’re on your team -that’s our Purpose!)
We Are “Multi-Generational
For the first time in history, there are five generations in the workplace. They are:
- Traditionalists – born 1925 to 1945
- Baby Boomers – born 1946 to 1964
- Generation X – born 1965 to 1980
- Millennials – born 1981 to 2000
- Generation Z – born 2001 to 2020
- Generation Alpha – born 2020 the first born entirely in the 21st century
Each generation bring a variety of skillsets and experience that can lead to innovative concepts encompassing solutions for organizations, living arrangements, and family structures. Realtors now face the challenge of finding dwellings that accommodate multiple generations. From business perspectives to families understanding core values, work ethic, communication preferences, feedback preferences, as well as stereotypes provides useful insight moving forward.
Defining a Good Life
When we look at findings to develop a comprehensive view in the fundamentals of living a good life a big part of thriving involves accepting yourself as you are. Imperfect but responsible and capable to do better, working towards goals, and getting along with others.
Transformation can be considered “tough work” to accomplish since it allows awareness in the current state of three elements that include:
- physical or body; where we need to determine our personal “self-destructive” behaviors before we can specifically identify where and how to disengage
- emotional and/or soul; do we experience “emotional poverty”
- cognitive or mind; what are the mind-body interactions
Committing to “intentional living” towards the goals we are looking to achieve help us to “shine” as examples for others to follow. To be aware of an action, from any point in time, does not define WHO you are, it is just the beginning of the realization of where to begin your journey.