Caring Project

The Caring Project Workshop explores:

Patient Centered Care

“Experience  the difference between how you give care versus
how your patients naturally experience care.”

Improve clinician-patient communication and connection leading to better understanding and improved compliance with our person-centered training and patient-centered software solutions.

This live interactive workshop for healthcare professionals will help you and your staff explore the power of

“The Care Effect”

based upon seven-core caring modes


The Caring Project

The Caring Project will help Health Care Systems and Accountable Care Organizations (ACO) improve patient experience and comply with health mandates directed at patient-centered care.

Unlike other solutions, The Caring Project is patient-centered. We believe it will result in reduced cost by increasing compliance, improving the experience of care, and by providing a personality-like assessment to contribute to population health analysis. When completed by patients in advance of their appointment, our tool provides immediate results and can be interpreted by each care provider in seconds. These results enhance clinician-patient communication and understanding, as well as improving staff teamwork.

Workshop for Clinicians and Care Givers:

Our live and interactive training workshop for clinicians and care givers begins by completing our online assessment measuring each person’s caring modes.

  • Learn the 7-natural caring modes and how you best give care.
  • Understand how your caring modes affect how care receivers experience care.
  • Bridge the gap between your natural caring mode and your patient’s care that will improve the overall patient experience.
  • Learn how to deal with demanding patients using our person-centered approach.
  • Increase team efficiency and communication between patients, doctors, nurses, and staff.

Workshop Description

  • Facilitated by a trained medical professional or professional care giver.
  • Held at your location.
  • Scheduled on days and times that fit your scheduling needs.
  • Effective for both small or large groups up to 40 participants.

The workshop helps physicians, nurses, and other care-giving support staff by providing a tangible tool to improve interaction with each patient. This tool provides a measurement of 7- natural caring modes that provides an immediate snapshot about how a care giver naturally gives care and how a patient naturally experiences care. Caring modes provide measurable indicators regarding how to best interact with each individual patient by strengthening the patient-clinician relationship, promoting communication about things that matter, and aiding the clinician in knowing how best to communicate a plan of care to increase compliance.

Benefits for Healthcare Managers

Knowing each person’scaring modes also provide managers with a tangible measurement of each of their team members in order to increase the level of teamwork, communication, and cooperation between team members. Currently, our facilitators conduct live, interactive workshops at your location that we can adjust to fit your training format.

TCP Testimonials

“This protocol allows doctors to interconnect more effectively and efficiently with their patients. Knowing how to converse and approach certain patients properly is the key to patient compliance. One way might work for some patients, yet a completely different communication method needs to be utilized with others. Some people like to be more involved in their care and need exercises and tasks that they can perform at home. Some like having extra time to share their past experiences and ailments with the doctor while others love spending less time and like to get to the point quicker. The Caring Project helps eliminate the “hit and Miss” method when conversing and interacting with patients.”

Kevin Woodard, DC, FIACA, CBIS, DAFNS

Learn more about our patient-centered care training and software solutions.

Patient-centered care


Contact us to explore how you can leverage

“The Caring Project” for your patients