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10 hour ARF & RCFE CEU October 2, 2020

October 2, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 6:30 pm


Friday, October 2nd 

8:00 am- 12pm (4 hours)

Resident Rights

RCFE# 433-0401-28147    ARF#433-0401-28833

Subject Code: 01 Laws & regulations

This 4-hour course meets requirements toward the recertification program required for subject code 01 – Law & Reg – Laws, regulations, policies and procedures assisted living, memory care, adult residential and board and care operators. Presenters will discuss the RCFE and ARF Resident Rights by the State Department of Social Services. Just as we all are guaranteed certain freedom and rights under federal and state laws, residents in residential care facilities for the elderly are guaranteed additional rights because of physical or cognitive limitations.

12:30 pm -3:30 pm (3 hours)

Best Practices for family involvement & dealing with dynamics

RCFE# 433-0304-28334 ARF# 433-0304-28333

04 – Psych/social – psych/social

This 3-hour course meets requirements toward the recertification program required for subject code 04 – Psych/social – psych/social needs is to provide an overview of powerful communication, with a special emphasis on implementing skills to provide a more effective way to communicate and meet psychosocial needs of potential residents’ family members. Attendees will learn ways to find the best solution for each customer quickly, correctly and with a helpful attitude. This course is approved from DSS for administrators of RCFEs and ARFs.

3:30pm-6:30 pm (3 hours)

Allowable, Prohibited & Restricted Condition

RCFE#433-0308-32194 ARF#433-0308-32195

Subject Code: 08 – Resident admission, retention & assessment procedures

This 3-hour course meets requirements toward the recertification program required for subject code 08 – Admission and assesment/Resident admission, retention & assessment procedures. This course will help administrators better understand key aspects of identifying the various health conditions that require extra levels of support services or another level of care. Administrators will also learn how to distinguish between Allowable, Restricted and Prohibited Conditions.
Course Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Have a greater understanding of the difference between, allowable, restricted and prohibited conditions.
2. Identify the different stages of pressure ulcers.
3. Understand the circumstances that would cause a resident to relocate or need a licensed medical professional.
4. Understand the various regulations as it relates to allowable, restricted and prohibited conditions.
5. Best practices in communicating change of condition of resident to families.

There have been incidents of Zoom bombing various organizations and companies while conducting LIVE Streaming. Therefore, we are taking extra precautions on our end to protect our clients. We will be verifying your status as an administrator prior to conducting class. Please ensure you register with accurate information. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER 

Do you only need to take one of these classes? You have that choice at registration. 


October 2, 2020
8:00 am - 6:30 pm


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