Senior Care Training

Senior Care Training

Powerful learning management solutions for Senior Care professionals

Easier, faster, and less expensive

Online training for frontline/administrative staff and therapists ensures access to mandatories
and in-services, and CE requirements to provide the best quality of care and support.

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Featured Content

2015 State of Training: Senior Care
Pain Assessment and Management
Best Practices: Utilizing Volunteers in Hospice Organizations
Reducing Hospital Readmissions

Impact Stories: Kisco Senior Living

Committed to exemplary service
delivered with integrity, dignity and compassion.

 

kisco senior living

Headquarters: Carlsbad, California

Founded: 1990

Communities: More than 20 communities throughout the United States.

 

 

Skilled Nursing

Connect frontline and administrative staff to the in-services and mandatories required for meeting regulatory and compliance standards.

 

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Independent & Assisted Living

Caring for people in community based settings has ever increasing regulations and requires training to maintain a high level of care and service.

 

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Home Care

Training that ensures therapists, nurses, home health aides, or hospice volunteers, are confident in their abilities to support patients and coordinate care through in-services and mandatories required for meeting regulatory and compliance standards.

 

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Rehabilitation Therapy

Easily accessible education and continuing education through online training to meet license renewal requirements is critical to staff retention of skilled therapists in any therapy and rehabilitation setting.

 

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Teepa Snow: Meaningful Activities
Meaningful days matter to all people. This need does not change for someone who is living with dementia. There are four categories of activity that help hum
Teepa Snow: Brain Changes
What is happening when someone has dementia? It&'s important to understand the job of the brain because it is the guiding system, the maintenance system, and t
Fingernail Care
The following table lists the steps that are expected of you in order to perform nail care. The table also provides rationales that explain why you perform some
Extended Congregate Care Part I
Designed to familiarize you with the concepts which are the foundation of extended congregate care (ECC), this module reviews statutory requirements and how to
Extended Congregate Care Part II
This course addresses the role of the following factors in the promoting the concept of "aging in place": the facility environment; the expanded scope
Teepa Snow: Challenging Behaviors
Unexpected and different behavior is part of the journey of living with dementia. One of the mistakes providers make is to judge behavior as challenging or pr
Teepa Snow: Music
Teepa recommends using music at least twice a day for both providers and those living with dementia. It&'s an available and powerful resource that can lift spi
Teepa Snow: Meet Teepa Snow
Hi! I&'m Teepa Snow. I&'m a dementia-care education specialist with a background in occupational therapy and over 30 years in clinical practice. I&'ve worked
Teepa Snow: Dementia 101
Normal Aging or Dementia? Before you start assuming that symptoms or behaviors you see in someone who is changing are due to the effects of dementia, it&'s imp
Teepa Snow: Teepa’s GEMS™
There are severalprogressionmodelsused to classify and define changes in a person due to theeffects ofdementia.Teepa wanted to improve upon existi
Teepa Snow: Meaningful Activities
Meaningful days matter to all people. This need does not change for someone who is living with dementia. There are four categories of activity that help hum
Teepa Snow: Brain Changes
What is happening when someone has dementia? It&'s important to understand the job of the brain because it is the guiding system, the maintenance system, and t
Fingernail Care
The following table lists the steps that are expected of you in order to perform nail care. The table also provides rationales that explain why you perform some
Extended Congregate Care Part I
Designed to familiarize you with the concepts which are the foundation of extended congregate care (ECC), this module reviews statutory requirements and how to
Extended Congregate Care Part II
This course addresses the role of the following factors in the promoting the concept of "aging in place": the facility environment; the expanded scope
Teepa Snow: Challenging Behaviors
Unexpected and different behavior is part of the journey of living with dementia. One of the mistakes providers make is to judge behavior as challenging or pr
Teepa Snow: Music
Teepa recommends using music at least twice a day for both providers and those living with dementia. It&'s an available and powerful resource that can lift spi
Teepa Snow: Meet Teepa Snow
Hi! I&'m Teepa Snow. I&'m a dementia-care education specialist with a background in occupational therapy and over 30 years in clinical practice. I&'ve worked
Teepa Snow: Dementia 101
Normal Aging or Dementia? Before you start assuming that symptoms or behaviors you see in someone who is changing are due to the effects of dementia, it&'s imp
Teepa Snow: Teepa’s GEMS™
There are severalprogressionmodelsused to classify and define changes in a person due to theeffects ofdementia.Teepa wanted to improve upon existi