Alissa Schramm Eager to Advance Education

January 2017 — Alissa Schramm regularly exceeds the continuing education requirement mandated by the National Academy of Certified Care Managers. The academy that credentialed Alissa as a “Care Manager, Certified” requires 45 hours of additional education during every three-year renewal period. Read more

Alissa Schramm Only Local Geriatric Care Manager Trained by Clutter Expert Matt Paxton

March 14, 2014 — Alissa Schramm was the only geriatric care manager in the Denver area to attend clutter expert Matt Paxton’s seminar for professionals. Matt started his extreme cleaning and organizing company in Virginia in 2006 and appeared as one of the most popular experts on the hit A&E show “Hoarders.” His book, “The Secret Lives of Hoarders,” chronicles his experiences with level 1 (mild) to level 5 (extreme) hoarding situations.

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Alissa Schramm Re-Certified and Acknowledged as a Care Manager Certified (CMC)

July 1, 2012 — Alissa Schramm, president and chief operating officer of Compass Elder Care Specialists, Inc., has been re-certified and acknowledged as a Care Manager, Certified (CMC) by the National Academy of Certified Care Managers.

Candidates must meet education and experience requirements before being granted permission to take an examination that tests the skills, knowledge and practice ethics needed to serve clients. Alissa was originally certified in July 2009.

Based in Connecticut, the Academy was established as a nonprofit organization in 1994. Its mission is to support a high level of competence in the practice of care management through the development and administration of a formal certification and recertification program.

Alissa Schramm Earns Top Geriatric Care Manager Certification

Alissa Schramm, president and chief operating officer of Compass Elder Care Specialists, Inc., has met the gold standard of membership from the National Association of Professional Geriatric Care Managers, earning the distinction of “Certified Geriatric Care Manager.” Read more