For 30 years, Sabrina Nichelle Scott balanced her roles working as a researcher, consultant, and trainer for organizations including the Florida Department of Health, NYC Health + Hospitals, and clients such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NYC Health + Hospitals/Home Care with her role as a caregiver for several relatives.
Through Fullest Potential Consulting, Inc., home care agencies and caregivers who they employ work towards sustainable solutions that benefit them and the clients they serve. For Dr. Scott, the success of helping you retain valuable caregivers is part of a larger purpose of honoring our elderly and the memory of her beloved grandmothers (see photos below). She is committed to helping you have it all by growing your home care business, retaining caregivers, and building stronger work cultures.
In 2015, Dr. Scott became an inquiry committee member to identify best practices for aging-in-place in Northeast Florida for JCCI’s report Re-Think Aging. Her involvement in this research project sparked her interest in home health and home care as sustainable solutions for many elderly persons to age-in-place.
Drawing upon her research skills and experiences, Dr. Scott observed and listened to the challenges of caregivers in home health and home care agencies. As a result, she advised management, and she trained caregivers.
Dr. Scott received her BA in anthropology from Barnard College, Columbia University, her MBA from the University of North Florida, and her PhD in cultural anthropology from the University of Florida. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and listening to gospel music.
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