ADHC Person-centered Care and Care Planning Training June 5
Earlier this month, ADHCC offered a hands-on, pre-conference intensive on person-centered care planning. The Saratoga training was a huge success in both turnout and attendee feedback. In response to member demand, we will offer an additional training on this important topic on Wed., June 5th at The New Jewish Home, Bronx. Click here to register.
The training is designed for ADHC staff, including program directors, nurses, LPNs and social workers who are responsible for care planning. The training will cover HCBS Settings Rule requirements, critical aspects of documentation and policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the Rule. A significant portion of the day is dedicated to small group work where attendees will develop care plans with individualized interventions and goals.
The training has been submitted for 4.0 hours of continuing education credit for nursing home administrators (NAB).
This program offers 4.0 hours of continuing education for Licensed Master Social Workers and Licensed Clinical Social Workers.
Click here for the complete training description.
Training space is very limited. Click here to register.
What: Person-centered Care and Care Planning in Adult Day Health Care
Where: The New Jewish Home and Hospital Life Care ADHC program, Bronx
Hutchinson Metro Center
1200 Waters Place, Bronx, NY 10461
When: Wednesday, June 5, 2019 12-5 p.m. (Lunch will be served from 12-12:45)
Who: Program directors, social workers, nurses and other ADHC staff; nursing home administrators
Faculty: Gail Weinstein, LNHA, CTRS, ProCare Consultant, LeadingAge NY ProCare, Latham, NY
Cost: $129 (includes lunch)
Thank you to The New Jewish Home for hosting this event!
Contact: Anne Hill, firstname.lastname@example.org, 518-867-8836