Owings Mills, Md.—May 10, 2021—TheNational Minority Health Association (NMHA), a leading global voice for health equity for minority communities, today announced a strategic relationship with Nevvon, a New York-headquartered e-learning company, founded by leaders with more than 40 years of home care provider experience.
Tim Rowan, Publisher and editor of the Rowan Homecare Technology Report saw synergy between the NMHA and Nevvon and orchestrated a meeting. While the number of cases of dementia increase, a cure is still far off, so greater support and training for caregivers becomes more and more important. Bringing the NMHA’s Memory Impairment Program (MIP) to Nevvon’s advanced global healthcare education e-training platform will provide great benefit to homecare agencies and caregivers worldwide.
The partnership will make NMHA’s Memory Impairment Program (MIP) available on Nevvon’s innovative learning management system. As part of the company’s e-learning healthcare training library, over 170,000 caregivers will have access to one of the most comprehensive dementia training programs in America. This program has been taught to more than 16,000 caregivers to date.