De-escalation Training for Caregivers

January 30, 2022 — Training Highlights • Strategies, techniques and methods intended to reduce a resident’s agitation, aggression and/or behaviors • Techniques include communications, self-regulations assessment, actions and safety measures to reduce risk of harm to resident or caregivers • Provides caregivers with tools and techniques to best handle behaviors

Making Your Wishes Known: Advanced Directives & DDNR/POST

September 23, 2021 — Participants will: Identify the types of advance directives. Discuss the facility requirements related to advanced directives. Explore the differences between a DNR and DDNR. Review use of the POST form. Discuss surrogate decision making. Includes posttest and answer key Format: 60-75 minutes teleconference Target Audience: Interdisciplinary Team

Principles of Documentation

September 23, 2021 — Participants will: Explore why documentation is important Explore regulatory requirements of documentation in the residents medical record Explore the principles of documentation in a legal record Examine documentation Dos and Don’ts Examine the risks/consequences of poor documentation

Purposeful Rounding The 4 P’s – A Team Approach

September 23, 2021 — Appropriate for both AL and NF – Participants will explore: The concept of purposeful rounding The benefits of purposeful rounding to residents, team, and the organization The roles and responsibilities related to purposeful rounding Scope of the 4 P’s The potential consequences of not doing purposeful rounding Format: 45 minute Self-  Guided PowerPoint Target Audience: All... Read More

Care Planning – Keep it Simple

September 23, 2021 — Participants will: Explore regulatory requirements for person centered care plan Examine key components of a comprehensive care plan Explore strategies for developing and maintaining “meaningful” care plans Format: 60- min PowerPoint Zoom webinar Target Audience: Interdisciplinary Team


September 23, 2021 — Participants will explore: Regulatory intent and guidance supporting 483.75. Operational strategies for engaging team members Operational strategies for identifying opportunities Operational strategies for data management and analysis Operational for meaningful and efficient monitoring Strategies for “Taking Action with Action Plans Format: 2-hour tele-conference Target Audience: Leadership Team

Resident Transfer / Discharge CFR 483.15

September 23, 2021 — An Overview of Resident Rights and Facility Responsibility.  Participants will explore Federal regulations related to transfer / discharge of residents to include F-622, F-623, F-624, F-625, and F-626 Residents rights regarding transfer / discharge Facility responsibility and requirements for transfer / discharge Format: 60-minute tele-conference Target Audience: Administrator, DON & Nursing Leadership, Staff Development,  Admissions, Social... Read More

Discharge Planning

September 23, 2021 — Reviews team responsibilities & resident participation from point of admission to discharge; updated for current SOM guidance F-660 / 661 Format: 90- min teleconference Target Audience: Interdisciplinary Team

Fundamentals of Legal Documentation

September 23, 2021 — Reviews fundamental principles of documentation and consequences for incomplete/inaccurate documentation; has a focus on individual nurse risks Format: 2-hour presentation Target Audience: Licensed Nursing Staff