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Resident Admission & Discharge Criteria
How do you prevent, “ a bleeding” resident census in your assisted living community?
A complete and comprehensive evaluation of the status and needs of the prospective or existing assisted living residents will result in the best decision and for the best interest of the potential or existing residents for admission or discharge.
This 3-Hour course presents both a refresher of state requirements, principles and new ideas to bear in mind and follow as you observe Assisted Living residents on a daily basis and as you evaluate prospective residents.
Instructor/Sponsor, Marlene Hunter, M.S., CHCRM, is a Regulatory and Risk Management Consultant and who has been providing insight and guidelines to Assisted Living owners and employees for over three decades. She understands the value of closing the “back door” to a bleeding resident census.
Employee and Resident Safety Awareness in ALFs
Is “SAFETY” a priority in your business or workplace?
Safety awareness is critical to a very successful assisted living business, as a residence and workplace. It is essential for all involved to recognize signs, exposures to risks and danger or risk or injury in order to plan and implement mitigation or prevention strategies.
This 3-Hour course will help you improve your awareness and understanding of the various processes, safety guidelines and more. Subsequently, with such knowledge, the quality of services and care provided to the residents in the assisted living environment will be increased significantly.
Instructor/Sponsor, Marlene Hunter, M.S., CHCRM, is an A.L.F Risk Management and training expert since 1995.
Effective Risk Management for Assisted Living Facilities
Effective Risk Management is the key to saving money and increasing revenues in the Assisted Living Business.
This 3-Hour course is developed for individuals who enjoy working in the human services industry. It covers principles and methods mixed with common sense to reduce minimize or prevent exposures to liabilities while working in or operating an Assisted Living Business.
As a former A.L.F Administrator, State of Florida regulator and a current Certified A.L.F Risk Management Consultant and educator since 1993, the Instructor/Sponsor, Marlene Hunter, M.S., CHCRM, finds her greatest satisfaction in the success of the course participant.