Dates: Wednesdays, August 25, September 15, and September 29, 2021
Webinar time: 12:00PM – 1:00PM Central Time
1.0 CE for CEU credit for both nurses (AANAC) and administrators (NCERS/NAB)
This 3-part series was designed for those new to Assisted Living, for levels of staff that do not routinely receive continuing education, those that are contemplating a move from one care model to another or just those looking for a refresher course and some new ideas!
August 25, 2021 – Part I – Difference Between ALF and LTC
When you work in a facility that provides a particular type of care, you learn all the ins and outs of that definition of that level of care and what you can supply. What happens to many of us, is that we do not fully understand the different levels of care, or what a facility can supply. We know just the basics and sometimes only what we have experienced.
September 15, 2021 – Part II – Signs to watch for that slow down the decline of the ALF resident
When you see someone day after day it is often hard to recognize small changes in ability or health. In an Assisted Living, these changes if recognized early can be slowed, or avoided if detected early enough. With proper intervention, your residents may be able to enjoy the surrounding your facility has to offer for a longer period.
September 29, 2021 – Part III – Ways to Enhance and Improve the ALF Activity Program
Many times, in the activity department there is a tendency to repeat the same old, same old. Bingo, shopping and maybe a cultural event. In fact, the opposite is true. With the country recovering from the pandemic, residents will be eager to experience new activities. Be ready with some fresh ideas that will encourage participation.
Please forward this invitation to other nurses or key department heads that would benefit from acquiring advanced infection control skills.
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