Start Date: 9/23/2020 1:00 PM EDT
End Date: 9/24/2020 3:00 PM EDT
Venue Name: Web-Based Program Location:
ME United States
Maine Health Care Association
The biopsychosocial assessment is a crucial foundation of person-centered care and provides a springboard for a robust care plan based on resident goals and strengths. Beginning with the initial assessment, the resident’s well-being and quality of life depend upon a thorough assessment by a skilled social worker. This two-part web-based educational series will focus on critical thinking skills to identify important psychosocial issues for residents. We will discuss topics that impact an individual’s psychosocial well-being including capacity, resident rights, assessing maladaptive behaviors, balancing needs and wants, end-of-life care and trauma-informed care. For more details, please refer to the Event Flyer.
Paige Hector, LMSW, has over 25 years’ experience in post-acute and long-term care. She specializes in topics for interdisciplinary teams and process improvement. Paige writes extensively on topics relevant to nursing homes. She is currently authoring multiple chapters of Managing the Long-Term Care Facility. She is Associate Editor for Caring for the Ages, the publication for The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine (AMDA). Paige is also actively involved in national work groups to improve social work and trauma-informed care in post-acute and long-term care. In 2018, she was named Gerontologist of the Year for the Arizona Geriatrics Society.
How to Register:
We encourage you to register early as space is limited for this program. There are two options to register: (1) Register Online, 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. If you opt to pay with a credit card, to ensure the accuracy/safety of your information, you must register and process your payment online.
MHCA Members: $99 (1st Registrant) ~ $89 (additional registrants from same facility)
Non-Members: $149 (1st Registrant) ~ $139 (additional registrants from same facility)
Approved for 4.0 CEUs (2 CEUs per session) by the Maine NHA Licensure Board
After you register/pay for the program, we will send you an invitation to register for the Zoom Meeting. Once complete, a confirmation will be sent to the email you provided, including your unique link to join the broadcast. To earn a Certificate you must use your own unique link to join the meeting, join/end the program on time, and respond to questions during the broadcast. After the series is complete, and proof of attendance has been verified, certificates will be issued to all eligible participants.
For information about refunds, certificates and more, you may use this link to view/print MHCA's Education Policies.