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Resident Care Training Videos & Courses

RC07

Understanding Mental Illness: Bipolar Disorder

This video, featuring mental health specialist John Simmons, RN, PHN, BC, explains: common myths and misbeliefs, signs and symptoms of bipolar disorder, daily care strategies, behaviors, common medications, and suicidal ideations.
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RC05

Special Needs of the Elderly

In this module we will examine age related changes our residents may experience, discuss effective interventions to assist our residents with these changes, and observe for signs and symptoms of dementia.
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RC04

Psychosocial Care

This module will address basic understanding of psychosocial care needs, seeing the resident as a whole person and an individual, implementing interventions for effective psychosocial care, strategies and tips for successful activity programs, and making life meaningful for your residents.
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RC02

Assisting with Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)

This module will address techniques to promoting resident independence. We will define activities of daily living. When assisting with activities of daily living, only provide resident care you can safely carry out. Always follow your resident specific protocol.
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RC01

Introduction/Orientation and Resident Rights

This video addresses the responsibility we have as care providers to ensure residents are treated with respect and to assist them to maintain his/her dignity. Orientation topics, such as how to dress appropriately when at work, confidentiality, and reporting are also covered.
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RC21

End of Life

This module addresses the end of life experience and how it is different for each resident. Care staff play an important role in making the resident feel safe and comfortable. A resident on hospice is still our resident-we do not relinquish all care to the hospice agency. We will discuss what to expect in the dying process, and how to work with the hospice agency.
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RC18

Monitoring Residents for Changes in Condition

In this module we will address reasons for changes in condition, as well as getting to know the individual resident. We will discuss monitoring residents from head to toe, general recommendations, and reporting the changes you observe.
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RC17

Caring for Bedridden Residents

This course reviews key care concepts when caring for bedridden residents, including preventing skin breakdown and other complications, turning and positioning, and much more.
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RC15

Your First Day at Work

Get your staff on the floor quickly and safely. This video discusses clocking in and out, resident supervision, key control, use of pagers and walkie-talkies, reporting, and documentation.
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TK45

New York Resident Aide Training Kit

The New York Resident Care Aide Training Kit from Care and Compliance Group and New York ALFA provides you with practical training materials and DVDs that make it easy to conduct resident care aide training in your Residential Care or Assisted Living Community.
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RC11

Recognizing Diversity

Racial and cultural differences do exist in residential communities. You can make a difference through educated and compassionate care staff. This course addresses how diversity can affect care giving, including religious, culture and sexuality issues.
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RC06

Understanding Mental Illness: Schizophrenia

This video provides direct care staff an introduction to understanding the complexities of schizophrenia, including: signs and symptoms, daily care strategies, behaviors, aging issues, and common medications and their side effects.
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RC22

Food Safety in Residential Care

This module will address the care providerís responsibility to ensure food is safe, nutritious, appealing and delicious for our residents. We will discuss how food borne illness is caused and spread as well as the proper hand washing technique and general safety practices related to food preparation.
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RC16

Fall Precautions in Assisted Living

This module will address the risk of falls, including injuries related to falls in the assisted living and residential care Communities. We will go over the risk factors for falling, caregiver responsibilities, and how to respond to a fall.
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RC14

Special Care Needs - Oxygen, Ostomy, Catheter, and Skin Breakdown

This course provides the caregiver with real-world, step-by-step advice on caring for residents with these challenging health conditions and needs. Many state regulations require that caregivers receive appropriate training when providing care to residents. This course along with the video provides an excellent resource to assist you in meeting those requirements.
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RC10

Caring for Persons with Lung Disease

This course used with the video explores the daily challenges faced when caring for someone with COPD and other forms of lung disease. The story is told directly from the viewpoint of a person with lung disease, sharing tips and techniques for effective care measures. Although there are many different causes and types of lung disease, the video used in this course focuses on chronic lung disease and specifically COPD.
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RC08

Bloodborne Pathogens - HIV, Hepatitis, and Standard Precautions

In this module we will define bloodborne diseases, including: HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis, and strategies for preventing transmission.
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RC20

Pressure Ulcers

Prevention and identification of pressure ulcers are perhaps the most important points you can stress to your staff during this training. This course is designed to train your staff about the stages of pressure ulcers and important strategies to minimize the risk of skin breakdown in your residents.
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RC13

Recognizing and Reporting Elder Abuse

Elder abuse is a global problem facing family caregivers and senior care providers. The DVD, suitable for training care staff as well as educating families and communities, addresses the issue in a way that helps the audience better understand the problem as well as recognize the condition and the appropriate response.
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RC12

Diabetes

This video reviews key concepts related to caring for residents with diabetes, including the definition of diabetes, types of diabetes, preventing complications, and assisting with insulin.
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DC02

Dementia Care - Tips for ADLs

This video training module addresses that residents should be encouraged to remain as independent as possible. We will discuss when residents require assistance, approaches that are unique to each resident; when continued refusal occurs, staff must solicit help from a supervisor; and why it is important to share information with coworkers about what approaches work best for each resident.
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TK24

Oregon Memory Care Training Kit

The Oregon Memory Care Training Kit from Care and Compliance Group provides you with practical training materials and DVDs that make it easy to conduct memory care staff training in your Residential Care or Assisted Living Community.
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PUB27

Complete Policy and Procedure Package

Is your staff aware of the actions that should be taken if one of your residents wanders out of your community? What is your policy on vaccinations for your residents and staff? Does your staff know where the gas shut-offs are within your community and how to turn them off in an emergency?
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TK23

Oregon Direct Care Staff Training Kit

The Oregon Direct Care Staff Training Kit provides you with practical training materials and DVDs that make it easy to conduct direct care staff orientation training in your Residential Care or Assisted Living Community.
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