CEUs for Nursing Home Administrators
|All courses are NAB/NCERS approved. NAB CEU approval number will be printed on your course certificate. All of our 500-575 and 700-720 courses include a copy of the updated Federal Regulations (Appendix PP, 2016).
The cost is $17 per CEU.
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Attention Florida Nursing Home Administrators: LongTermCareEducation.com courses are CEBroker approved. Look for our courses with our provider number (50-14316).
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This program is approved by the
National Association of Long Term Care
For additional information,
contact NAB at
1444 I St., NW, Suite 700,
Washington, DC 20005-2210
(202)712-9040, or www.nabweb.org.
Improving Human Resources: Understanding the Departments and Organization of the Nursing Facility and its Staff
Background on the nursing home profession, overview of the industry today, understanding the long term care continuum from independent living to skilled nursing care.
Building yourResident Care Skills
This is one of three courses which cover the Federal Requirements and Guidelines to Surveyors. The first course LTCE 1-700 covers Ftags 150 to F334.
In this course, LTCE 1-706 you will learn the content and how surveyors are instructed to interpret the following Ftags: F309 – F334
Dietary, Physician, Dental, Pharmacy Services: Detailed coverage of requirements facility must meet in the areas of dietary, physician services, specialized rehabilitative services, dental and pharmacy services, such as adequate and sufficient staffing, frequency of physician visits, required dental services, required pharmacy consultant, labeling and storage of drugs and biologicals.
Development of an Infection Control Program for Nursing Facilities
This course covers four topics of importance to the long term care facility administrator:
• Controlling flu
• Controlling coughs
• Hand hygiene
• Overuse of antibiotics
Mycobacterium tuberculosis (TB) is of special concern in today’s long term care facility setting because most residents were exposed to TB in their early life. Some residents will have latent TB within their systems which may activate at any time due to a weakening immune system.
Covers the following survey site team required activities: Task 1 (Introduction and) Offsite Survey Preparation
Overview of the Resident Assessment Instrument (RAI), Using the Resident Assessment Instrument: In this course you will study Chapter 1, Chapter 2 and sections A, B, and C of Chapter 3.
The purpose of this course is to offer clear guidance about how to use the Resident AssessmentInstrument (RAI) correctly and effectively to help provide appropriate care. Providing care toresidents with post-hospital and long-term care needs is complex and challenging work. Clinicalcompetence, observational, interviewing and critical thinking skills, and assessment expertisefrom all disciplines are required to develop individualized care plans. The RAI helps nursinghome staff gather definitive information on a resident’s strengths and needs, which must beaddressed in an individualized care plan.
NOTE: You are responsible for obtaining a copy of the text.
Dr. Weil’s book, Healthy Aging: A Lifelong Guide to Your Well-Being is a major compilation of current information on research and thinking about well-being of persons as we age.
This is, in essence, an outstanding book on gerontology, an examination of many aspects of healthy aging.
This reading contains valuable information for:
Your own personal successful aging in the high pressure role of long term care administrator
Good information about ways to care for your staff’s health via helping them benefit from healthy aging habitsSome really good suggestions for examining the extent to which your residents are experiencing a healthy aging life style in your facility.