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20 Hr ARF & RCFE CEU April 9th -10th

April 9 @ 8:00 am - April 10 @ 6:30 pm

LIVE STREAMING

Friday April 9th

PROGRAM D

8 am -4:30pm (30 min lunch @12pm)

Memory Care

RCFE# 433-0811-33984 Subject Code 11 –CEU training in Alzheimer/ Dementia

ARF# 433-0804-33983 Subject Code 04- Psychosocial Needs

This eight-hour course meets requirements toward the re-certification program for assisted living , adult residential facilities and board & care operators. The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the various types of memory impairments so care providers can deliver special emphasis on the management of the motor and non-motor symptoms caused by impairments and how to provide quality care to these individuals.

4:30pm-6:30pm (2 hours)

Diversity & Inclusion in the Care Setting

RCFE# 433-0214-30663 ARF# 433-0214-30664 Subject Code 14- Cultural Competency

This two hour course will help administrators better understand key aspects of the impact of cultural diversity in their businesses. Discussion will include working towards a sense of belonging by all residents and staff; a care setting in which the diversity of individual’s backgrounds and differences is appreciated and valued.

Saturday April 10th

PROGRAM G

8:00 am -12:00 pm (4 hours)

Living Beyond Stroke: Implications for Empathic Care

RCFE# 433-0407-33944 ARF# 433-0407-33944

Subject Code: 06 – Physical Needs

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of strokes, with a special emphasis on the management of the motor and non-motor symptoms caused by this condition and how to provide quality care in response to these symptoms. Attendees will learn various ways to manage such symptoms and help prevent future strokes, through the perspective of using empathic communication, care, and supportive rehabilitation services. At the end of the course, attendees will be equipped with the necessary skills to care for an individual who has survived a stroke.

12:30 pm-2:30 pm (2 hours)

Nutrition & Food Services for Residents

RCFE#433-0806-29298 ARF#433-0206-29297

Subject Code: 06 – Physical Needs

Instructor(s) will teach care providers what to verify when preparing for food service. The positive psychological and social aspects of eating are an important part of life. A discussion on methods to creating a positive dining experience for residents that will add to their quality of life. As well as regulations for food services in ARF and RCFE.

2:30pm-4:30pm (2 hours)

The Backstory – Understanding Your New Resident

RCFE#433-0204-28788 ARF#433-0204-28787

Subject Code: 04 – Psych/social needs

This 2-hour course will help administrators and caregivers have a clearer understanding of what a new resident has experienced prior to moving into their new home (RCFE/ARF). Instructor will discuss the different scenarios of common family dynamics and emotions that are happening during the search for a new home, along with common events that have caused the resident to require a more supportive environment.

4:30pm-6:30pm (2 hours)

Utilizing POLST in Care Setting

RCFE#433-0206-2903 ARF#433-0206-29202

Subject Code: 06 – Physical Needs

Instructor will discuss how POLST forms are useful documents that allows for documentation of a resident’s wishes regarding medical treatment at the end of life and review barriers to effectiveness if the form is misplaced or inaccessible during an emergency.

Both Days for $100.00 or one day for $75

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Details

Start:
April 9 @ 8:00 am
End:
April 10 @ 6:30 pm

Venue

Live Streaming

Organizer

BTSS
Phone:
888-294-1488
Website:
www.btss.co
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