Online training to enhance your quality of care and accommodate you and your employees' busy schedules. Courses can be used for staff training to meet DHS 83.25 continuing education requirements of 15 hours every year.
Many residents in assisted facilities require special dietary adjustments for a variety of reasons. Some experience dysphagia as a result of aging, diseases/disorders or medications that impact their ability to swallow, resulting in a need for modified diet and/or liquids. Learn about dietary needs and how you can help residents with dysphagia. This course has been approved for 1 continuing education hour.
Despite implementing new technologies and streamlining processes, medication errors occur far too frequently. This course will discuss common types of medication violations and errors and how they might be prevented by developing error reduction strategies. This course has been approved for 1 continuing education hour.
Residents in assisted living and long-term care facilities often need assistance moving, such as getting in and out of bed, in and out of a wheelchair, or in and out of a transport vehicle. Transferring residents properly and safely is one of the most challenging tasks for caregivers across the health care industry. This course will identify safe practices to ensure the safety of both the resident and caregiver. It has been approved for 1.5 continuing education hours and comes with a participant guide.
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