Catalyst, Kroger, Body-Mind Alignment
Catalyst responds to CARF survey
MANSFIELD – Catalyst Life Services has completed a three-day investigation facilitated by the Rehabilitation Facilities Accreditation Commission (CARF). CARF is an international benchmark accreditation, in which program standards are reviewed by professionals who determine whether the agency meets more than 3,000 key standards.
These standards cover many areas including finance, human resources, informatics, health / safety, leadership, governance, professional services, mental health / addiction services and programs, audiology and several other areas.
Catalyst did not receive any results during the exam and was found to be 100 percent compliant. The lead investigator shared the rarity of an organization with no results, saying “it’s almost unheard of.” CARF investigators called Catalyst “a flagship organization in our region.”
For those served, CARF accreditation means that the CARF accredited service provider is committed to reducing risk, responding to health and safety concerns, respecting individual preferences (cultural or otherwise), and providing best quality of care possible. It also shows that the accredited organization values feedback and feedback from its customers and is accountable to the community.
Kroger to organize grand reopening of renovated Mansfield store
MANSFIELD – The Kroger store at 1500 Lexington Ave. will officially unveil its $ 3.4 million renovation on Friday. During the grand reopening celebration, shoppers can enter to win one of eight $ 100 Kroger gift cards, sample food, and take advantage of special offers.
To celebrate even more, customers who use their Kroger Plus card at Lexington Avenue Kroger Fuel Center between July 16 and July 18 will enjoy an additional savings of 20 cents per gallon.
Newly remodeled 110,110 square foot store features all-new upgraded decor and additional amenities including a refreshed Starbucks® kiosk and new seating area, increased selections in deli, fresh, meat, and fruit departments sea and adult drinks and new shelves throughout the store.
The site currently employs over 250 associates.
Award-winning educator joins Mind Body Align
MANSFIELD – Mind Body Align (MBA) has hired award winning educator Caryl Church Jesseph as a curriculum and education developer and mindful educator. An ODE-certified Kindergarten to Grade 12 teacher, Church Jesseph taught for 15 years in public schools in Lake and Geauga counties, where she received several accolades, including the Northeast Ohio Outstanding Art Educator Award.
Church Jesseph received her MA in Arts Education from Kent State University. She is a published writer, exhibited artist, and certified yoga teacher. In her spare time, she is often found photographing wildflowers, writing stories or enjoying live music.
Mind Body Align teaches conscious social and emotional learning (SEL) and workplace programs. SEL has been shown to improve learning for 90.5% of students, including 70% of at-risk students. Mind Body Align also improves business profitability by using mindfulness education as part of employee resources. Mindful MBA services are available online and in person. Learn more about mindbodyalign.com.
BWC rate reduction now in effect
COLUMBUS – Ohio private employers to pay nearly $ 72 million less in premiums to the Ohio Workers’ Compensation Office (BWC) next fiscal year under approved 7.1% rate cut by the agency’s board of directors in February.
This rate cut took effect on July 1, the start of the state’s 2022 fiscal year. It will save private employers $ 71.5 million on this year’s bonuses, affecting approximately 220,000 employers. statewide.
The council’s action marks the fourth consecutive rate reduction for private employers since 2018 and the twelfth since 2008. It also follows a 10% reduction for Ohio public employers (cities, counties, schools, etc. .) which came into force on January 1.
The 7.1% rate cut represents an average change in premiums statewide. The actual premium paid by individual private employers depends on several factors, including expected future claims costs in their industry, their company’s recent claim history, and their participation in various BWC programs.