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Date: November 11, 2021
Time: 11:00-3:30 pm CT (10:00-2:30 pm MT)

New and veteran nursing home staff have indicated they need more opportunity to examine best practices for improving assessments and developing comprehensive care planning that ensures the health and well-being of their residents.

This day-long workshop, designed for the entire interdisciplinary team, will provide a comprehensive review for each of the 20 Care Area Assessments (CAAs), which establish the framework for developing, reviewing and revising residents’ comprehensive plans of care.

Participants will gain a better understanding of:

• The necessary components of a comprehensive assessment
• What procedures to follow in conducting the assessment
• The decision making process for when or when not to proceed to care planning
• Specific protocols to follow in documenting the assessment comprehensively
• Steps to resident-centered care planning

Examples will be provided for each of the CAAs and attendees will participate in a number of documentation exercises.
If you are looking for ways to simplify and individualize the care planning process and develop a functional resident-centered plan that ensures the best possible care for residents in your community, don’t miss this opportunity!

FACULTY
Demi Haffenreffer, RN, MBA, President, Haffenreffer & Associates. Demi has made long-term care her profession since 1973, first as a Director of Nursing and for the past 25 years as a consultant. She has taught workshops nationally and internationally on a variety of subjects pertinent to Long-term and Community-based Care and is highly sought after for her consulting expertise by nursing homes, assisted living and residential care communities in Oregon and around the country.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
It is recommended that ALL disciplines (Nursing, Social Services, Activities, Dietary, Administration) attend this class as there are interdisciplinary overlaps for all assessments. In addition, all staff will benefit from better understanding how to conduct comprehensive assessments.

REGISTRATION FEES:
Members: $125
Non-members: $175

CONTINUING EDUCATION: 5.5 hours of continuing education from Nebraska DHHS Regulation and Licensure, Board of NHA has been approved for this conference. Must attend the entire program to receive credit. Appropriate records will be maintained for other disciplines to receive credit from their credentialing organizations. Certificates of completion will be sent out by email after attendance is verified.

REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Tuesday, November 9, 2021

CANCELLATIONS: Fees are nonrefundable, but you are welcome to send someone in your place.

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