Nursing Skills Training Videos
This program addresses common issues that caregivers in a home health setting will face in treating a patient with Alzheimer's.
This training program meets the requirements for paid in-home caregivers. Enacted as an amendment to the Arkansas Public Health and Welfare Code, Arkansas Act 1410 mandates that all In-Home Assistants must receive a minimum of 40 hours of training as a condition of employment. Sixteen hours of that training must be hands-on skills training.
Mealtime is often the most important part of the day for residents in a long-term care facility. This program reviews proper technique and care in serving meals and addresses special feeding circumstances and solutions. This program is designed for Assisted Living and Long Term Care Facilities. 2 CE Contact Hours Learning Guide Included
A thorough physical assessment is necessary for all clients whether in long term care, acute care or home health. Our focus is to take the professional through a comprehensive physical assessment, divided into upper body and lower body components. Includes proper documentation guidelines.
3 CE Contact Hours
Learning Guide Included
Research shows that safety precautions have decreased the number of BBP exposures on the job. This new program teaches your staff how to minimize exposure risk by using Standard Precautions, personal protective equipment and other safe work practices.
Healthcare workers in long-term care facilities face the same risks as those who work in hospitals. However, the intensive personal care needed by most residents can increase your employees' risk.
Organization is paramount to successful care management; learn proven skills, prioritization methods and more. To Bill or Not to Bill… sometimes it’s just not clear. Learn from an expert how to increase billable time and decrease non-billable time. Learn proven organizational skills to keep a GCM on track to proactively and efficiently serve clients.