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20 Hour Training for RCFE & ARF Administrators: Chula Vista, CA

April 21, 2018 @ 7:30 am - April 22, 2018 @ 6:30 pm

20 Hour Training for RCFE & ARF Administrators

St. Paul’s Plaza in Chula Vista

1420 E Palomar St, Chula Vista, CA 91913


Saturday, April 21, 2018

7:30 – 8 am Sign-in/Coffee & Pastries  

8:00 am- 12 pm Instructor: Michelle Herman

Living Beyond Dementia: Implications for Empathic Care

(4 Hours) Meets Subject Code 11 – Dementia – CEU training in Alzheimer/ Dementia

RCFE# 433-0411-27502 ARF# 433-0411-27617

The course will discuss how Dementia is not a specific disease.  It’s an overall term that describes a wide range of symptoms associated with a decline in memory or other thinking skills severe enough to reduce a person’s ability to perform everyday activities. Attendees will be able to understand and define the diagnosis of dementia.

(12-12:30 pm lunch on your own)

12:30pm-3:30 pm Instructor: Shawna Beck

Best Practices for family involvement & dealing with dynamics

(3 hours) Meets Subject Code 04 – Psych/social – psych/social needs RCFE# 433-0304-28334 ARF# 433-0304-28333

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.

3:30 pm -6:30 Instructor Thyrza Knox, RN

Understanding the Aspects of Frailty, Disability, and/or Comorbidity for Improved care

(3 hours) Meets Subject Code 06 – Physical Needs RCFE# 433-0306-27928 ARF# 433-0306-27927

Instructor will focus course on how to provide quality care with emphasis on the importance of helping residents maintain as much of his or her autonomy as possible. Attendees will be equipped with the necessary skills to care for these individuals.


Sunday, April 22, 2018 

7:30 – 8 am Sign-in/Coffee & Pastries  

8:00 am – 12:00 pm Instructor: Jatana Williams

Destination Regulation

(4 Hours) Meets Subject Code 01 – Laws, regulations, policies and procedures

RCFE#433-0401-28583 ARF#433-0401-28582

Compliance is not a bad word. This course will review ways administrators can stay on top of what’s new in regulations while meeting the demands of residents and families. Review of important each administrator should have implemented and new California administrator laws impacting operations. A group discussion will be held on best practices to ensure compliance and administrator experiences in what happens in non-compliance status.

(12-12:30 pm lunch on your own)

12:30 pm- 2:30 pm Shawna Beck

Creating a Community prepared to serve LGBT Older Adults

(2 hours) Meets subject code 04 – Psych/social – psych/social needs. RCFE# 433-0204-28150 ARF# 433-0204-28149

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview and understanding of the culture of seniors who self-identify as LGBT. This course will focus on learning how to provide quality care to this group of individuals, focusing on creating a diverse, openly welcome, and empathic residential care community.

2:30 pm -6:30 pm Jatana Williams

Resident Rights

(4 Hours) Meets Subject Code 01 – Laws, regulations, policies & procedures

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

Presenter 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.


Limited Space! Both Days $150 or mix and match topics for total of 10 hours for $75




April 21, 2018 @ 7:30 am
April 22, 2018 @ 6:30 pm


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