Friday April 23rd
8:00 am – 2:30 pm (6 hours) (30 min lunch @12pm)
Physical Needs Delivery (Within this topic is ORAL HEALTH presented by Koo Karimi, DDS)
RCFE# 433-0606-33817 ARF# 433-0606-33818
Subject Code: 06 – Physical Needs
During this 6-hour course, instructor(s) will provide suggestions to ARF & RCFE Administrators on how to maintain a daily oral hygiene regimen for residents and older adults, including those with dentures. Assistance with daily oral hygiene is often needed for adults who have loss of strength, mobility or dexterity or have experienced conditions such as a stroke, Parkinson’s disease or Alzheimer’s. Nutrition for the Elderly & Professionals Caring for Them, instructor will discuss how nutrition, or the lack thereof affects body and health of their elderly residents. Attendees will learn the importance of providing nutrition to combat unintentional weight loss and malnutrition. Instructor will discuss what’s normal aging and provide ways for administrators to implement anti-aging functions into facility such as exercise. Aging, in and of itself, is a subtle, quiet process unless an individual has a sudden change or feels pain, that is a red flag and not normal aging.
2:30 pm-4:30pm (2 hours)
Suicide Awareness and Prevention
RCFE Subject Code: 05- Community & Support Services
ARF Subject Code: 10 Nonviolent Emergency Intervention & Reporting
This 3-hour course meets requirements toward the recertification program required for subject code(s) RCFE 05- Community & Support Services, ARF 10 Nonviolent Emergency Intervention & Reporting. Loss of life to suicide is of great concern within the adult and senior care communities. The goal of this two-hour suicide awareness and prevention education is to help you recognize and understand suicide risk, protective factors, and how to help and effectively intervene. The discussion will assist participants in what they can do to help prevent suicide in their clients.
430pm-6:30pm (2 hours)
The Impressions: How to Improve your Move-in Conversation
08 – Resident admission, retention & assessment procedures
In today’s competitive market, it is vital for assisted living, board & care and adult residential care facilities owners/operators to take advantage of the opportunity to connect with families/potential residents during the touring process. A potential resident’s family makes an impression of your ability to care for their loved one within the first 30 seconds of visual communication. This course will help attendees understand details to help them in closing the deal with potential residents.
Saturday April 24th
8:00 am -3:30 pm (7 hours)
Addressing Areas of Neglect in Direct Care
RCFE# 433-0706-34210 ARF# 433-0707-34287
Subject Code: 06 – Physical Needs
instructor will review health care needs of residents living in, adult residential, memory care, assisted living or board and care settings with an emphasis on those areas found to be the most common areas of neglect. Upon completion of this course, attendees will have a better understanding of meeting care needs of your residents by implementing empathic care services for the areas of neglect in direct care.
• Foot Care
• Skin (breakdown) Health
3:30 pm – 6:30 pm (3 hours)
Comply with AB 3098 Emergency & Disaster Plan (instructor: Regina New from LTC Safety)
Subject Code: 16 Managing the Physical Environment
Licensees are required to update their emergency preparedness plans with additional specificity, enhance and expand their staff training programs and drill exercises, and purchase evacuation equipment as necessary and required by AB 3098. Instructor will be providing proven resources to aid in compliance with this law and offer additional considerations to further strengthen emergency preparedness.
Both Days for $100.00 or one day for $75
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