Start Date: 5/30/2019 9:00 AM EDT
End Date: 5/30/2019 4:00 PM EDT
Venue Name: Augusta Civic Center Location:
76 Community Drive
Augusta, ME United States 04330
Maine Health Care Association
Person-centered engagement is an overlapping theme in the new CMS requirements of participation, which began in the fall of 2016 and will wrap up in November of this year. Do you have a clear understanding of how these changes impact the work that you do with residents every day? This workshop was created to provide the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure compliance with new regulations and, more importantly, engage with residents through meaningful, individualized, person-centered activity programming. Topics for discussion include regulatory overview, resident rights, meeting the physical and cognitive needs of residents, behavioral health requirements, person-centered engagement toolkit, and more. You will receive sample program schedules for residents with varying levels of cognition, learn how to create multilevel programs without adding more staff, discover how to use the non-pharmacological person-centered toolkit to address behavioral expressions, and discuss what’s needed to deliver exceptional care
Dawn Worsley, ADC/EDU/MC, serves as President of the Board of Director for the National Certification Council for Activity Professionals (NCCAP) as well as the owner of Dawn on the Horizon, LLC, an education and consulting business serving the Maryland and tri-state area. Dawn holds certifications as an Activity Director (ADC), an Eden Alternative Associate and a Dementia Practitioner (CDP) and is a certified instructor for the NCCAP. In addition, she has served in corporate program development and consulting, admissions, marketing, director of Alzheimer's and geropsychiatric units and regional clinical specialist. Dawn has a vast knowledge base in many facets of long-term care and community services. Considered a pioneer in her field regarding resident rights and culture change, she is also a National Speaker on a variety of topics for Health Care Workers and is published in both print and video.
How To Register
We encourage you to register early as space is limited for some of our programs. Registrations cannot be accepted over the telephone, they must be submitted in writing. There are two options to register: (1) Click "To Register" for the online option, or (2) Complete the Paper Registration Form, fax it to MHCA at 207.623.4080, and mail the original (along with your payment) to: Maine Health Care Association, 317 State Street, Augusta, ME 04330.
MHCA Members: $129 (1st Registrant) ~ $10 discount (additional registrants from same facility)
Non-Members: $199 (1st Registrant) ~ $10 discount (additional registrants from same facility)
Approved for 6 CEUs by the Maine NHA Licensure Board
For information about refunds, certificates and more, you may use this link to view/print MHCA's Education Policies.