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Medication Cart Audits – 3 CEUs

After taking this course, you will better understand: • Resident population • Safety and common medication errors • Privacy, dignity and resident rights • State survey and associated F-tags • Error rate calculation for med pass • Med pass observation: facility goals and approach • Preparation for med pass and controlled • Substance management

Medication Administration Tech (MAT) Refresher – 2 CEUs

At end of this course, the student will understand: 1. Reading and interpreting medication labels and understanding physician’s orders 2. The 5 rights of medication assistance 3. Assisting with medications (Oral, Topical & Drops) 4. Assisting with prefilled insulin and insulin pens 5. Assisting with Glucometers 6. Assisting with nebulizers 7. Assisting with oxygen and …

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorder Training – Part 3 – 2 CEUs

The purpose of this program is to prepare the learner to effectively and safely work with cognitively impaired residents and understand the importance of behavior management. Alzheimer’s disease, and related disorders, are grouped by the general term “dementia” in these courses. Alzheimer’s is a progressive, devastating disease that starts slowly, and progresses over time to …

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorder Training – Part 2 – 2 CEUs

The purpose of this program is to prepare the learner to effectively and safely work with cognitively impaired residents and understand the importance of behavior management. Alzheimer’s disease, and related disorders, are grouped by the general term “dementia” in these courses. Alzheimer’s is a progressive, devastating disease that starts slowly, and progresses over time to …

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Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorder Training – Part 1 – 2 CEUs

The purpose of this program is to prepare the learner to effectively and safely work with cognitively impaired residents and understand the importance of behavior management. Alzheimer’s disease, and related disorders, are grouped by the general term “dementia” in these courses. Alzheimer’s is a progressive, devastating disease that starts slowly, and progresses over time to …

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Surviving Alzheimer’s – 4 CEUs

Knowledge is power in the fight against memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s and other dementias don’t just strike a person’s brain; they strike his or her whole support network. We now know the brain changes can start two or more decades before your friends’ first notice you are repeating comments and have trouble balancing …

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Assistance with Self-Medications Part 2 – 3 CEUs

At end of this course, the student will understand: • Facility infection control requirements • Allowance of, “stock supply,” and what it is • New training hour requirements • Additional med tech duties allowed under Florida Statute 429.256 and FAC 58A-5.0185 including: • Assisting with prefilled insulin and insulin pens • Assisting with Glucometers • …

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Nutrition, Food Handling and Sanitation – 2 CEUs

The daily food intake or meal plan is a guide for each resident to determine what food and how much should be consumed each day; and because you are a direct care staff person involved in helping residents with their daily activities, you will have a big impact on the residents’ health through their diets. …

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Patient Fall Prevention – 4 CEUs

Falls are a serious health risk for older people. For many older adults, a fall is a life-changing event that can lead to disability, loss of independence or even death. Fall reduction in any organization requires an organized, consistent approach to facilitate change and achieve sustainable outcomes. The honest reporting of fall circumstances, performing root …

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Dealing With Difficult Family Members and Angry Co-Workers – 4 CEUs

This course includes practical strategies to help you cope with difficult Family Member situations like aggression, dementia and attention seeking behaviors while maintaining patient and staff safety. In today’s healthcare environment, professionals are challenged to do more with less. Reduced staffing and increased (at times the seemingly unrealistic) demands from patients, family members and other …

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