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October 05, 2011

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SterlingEdSrv

Gina, I completely agree! It can be quite a challenge to adjust to new regulations without advance notice. Some Commissions and Boards are great at sending out notices, but it would help tremendously if there was a standard process to get the information out to providers and attorneys. Meanwhile, we check the authorities' websites, follow them on social media, and read this and other resources to keep our nose to the ground.

Learning Center

It has been my experience that with a very small handful of states, notification will come with the program approvals or via sponsor group email advisement. Sometimes, it's the attendees themselves that will bring something newly activated to light. Most often, however, self-realizations occur well after the fact.

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