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Foot and Nail Care Business: Woundstock Edition. Image of a nurse, a hand holding a foot, and a colorful tie-dye background.

Day 3 of Woundstock – A New Dimension in Foot and Wound Care

Foot and Nail Care: How to Start and Run Your Own Business

An evening program



Thursday, October 16, 2014
6 to 9 p.m.

Call (715) 836-3636  |  toll free 1-866-893-2423

The Florian Gardens
2340 Lorch Ave., Eau Claire, WI

New Format for 2014!

Have you thought about starting your own Foot and Nail Care business? Come learn how others have started their own Foot and Nail Care business. This course will provide you with the tools to develop a business plan, locate funding options and implement the best practices of current Foot and Nail business owners. Instructor Tara Beuscher gives an overview of this course in this Youtube video.

You will:
  • Explore nursing entrepreneurship and healthcare innovation
  • Learn how to develop a business plan
  • Examine insurance and Medicare processing
  • Discuss the marketing and promotion of your business
  • Engage in networking and best practice sharing with current Foot and Nail Care business owners
 

Who Should Attend

Past, current and future RN/LPNs who have attended the Foot and Nail Care: Education for Nurses program or other RN/LPNs who have an interest in developing their own foot and nail care business.

CEUs | Contact Hours

Contact Hours will be awarded by the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire Continuing Education / UW-Extension. Participants will receive 2.75 education hours for completing the course.

Expert Presenter

Please see bio for Tara Beuscher on the Woundstock Presenter page.

Fee $65

Fee includes course instruction, course materials, and refreshments.

Transfers / Cancellation Policy

Accommodations for Disabilities



Woundstock, Betty Adsit Power of AND story
Betty Adsit is a nurse who owns her own foot and nail care business, Healing Feet, LLC. She attended both Foot and Nail programs in October, 2013.

Betty Adsit, RN has a passion for helping others, volunteering, and working with the senior population. After relocating to Eau Claire, Wisconsin with her husband and two children, she wanted to take some time to find her true niche in health care – and one that would allow  more time with family and friends. Betty did some research and found the Foot and Nail Care: Education for Nurses program. She quickly realized it would provide skills and knowledge that would transfer to all areas of health care and set her apart professionally. While starting her own business was never her plan, she also decided to take the Foot and Nail Care: How to Start and Run Your Own Business class just to develop her general business skills.

After taking both courses, Betty was encouraged, energized and ready to take the next step. Today, she has started a small business in foot and nail care, and hopes one day to expand. The flexibility she has with her own small business allows her to be everything she wants to be personally and professionally.




WOUNDSTOCK
Select from 7 choices in wound care and foot care.
Save $100 when you register for 4 programs.


10/14
Tuesday
10/15
Wednesday
10/16
Thursday
10/17
Friday
10/18
Saturday
Wound Treatment:
Chronic Wounds, Burns, Pressure Ulcers, Pediatrics

Wound Management: Offloading and Lymphedema Advanced Debridement & Hands-on Practicum
Lower Extremity Therapy
**Wound Treatment Associate (WTA) Skills Check
Exhibitor Booths
*Foot & Nail Care:
Education for Nurses

Lower Extremity Therapy
*Foot & Nail Care
Clinic B

 
    *Foot & Nail Care
Clinic A

   
    Foot & Nail Care: How to Start and Run Your Own Business
   

* Foot and Nail Care: Education for Nurses is in combination with either Clinic A or Clinic B.
**  WTA runs online July 19 - October 17 and culminates in an in-person skills check on October 18.

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