With the emphasis on Activities from the new CMS Survey Process (and CMS RoP), the programming that is provided to residents with special needs is being looked at with more scrutiny than ever before. Residents who have dementia have now been classified by CMS as being “vulnerable.” “Dementia Care” has become a major focus of the survey process and now has its own Critical Element Pathway. As a result, the programming that is being provided to these residents has become a real issue during surveys. Studies show that one-to-one interventions are most successful in meeting these types of resident needs. How can programming be person-centered and individualized if the activity department/director are the only ones involved in the delivery of activity services? How do you capture (document) what others are providing to the resident in this area? And what is the best way to get ALL staff involved in the delivery of this very specific programming? What is the staff's responsibilities and what is the surveyor focus? Join Cat in this one-hour webinar to learn the specific requirements, how surveyors are looking at this particular delivery of care, and what providers should have in place to be prepared for the next survey. Cat served on the CMS Expert Panel that defined and gave guidance to surveyors for “1-to-1 Activity Programming.”
This is a Webinar on Demand, which means that your employees will be able to view the training at their convenience, whenever they prefer, as many times as they prefer, for up to one year after the webinar has been recorded. What a phenomenal training tool for experienced professionals, as well as new employee orientation!
Cost: $99.00 per user.
User is defined as one computer and one phone line per registrant. There is no limit to the number of participants per user. In other words, gather as many staff as you want around a computer to learn or broadcast the webinar to an entire room via an LCD projector.