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Long Term Care Online Video Subscription
  • Course Type: OnlineOnline Course
  • Courses in Library: 29
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate
  • Language: English
  • A hallmark of our training programs is our cost-effective implementation profile, and comprehensive delivery for every member of your staff. We train your nurses, …

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With subscription of this library you will receive:

  • Free Learning Management System
  • Tracking
  • SOCCED Reporting to NERC
  • Unlimited 24X7 end user customer support
  • Up to 5 hours of initial implementation and technical
  • Support
  • Ability to print certificate of completion on line.

A hallmark of our training programs is our cost-effective implementation profile, and comprehensive delivery for every member of your staff. We train your nurses, nurse assistants, social workers, dietary, and healthcare administration with video courses that cover nearly all mandatory staff training necessary to stay in compliance.

Long Term Care Online Video Subscription Course List

  • Avoiding Falls in Long-Term Care Facilities
    Avoiding Falls in Long-Term Care Facilities

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • A Commitment to Safety
    A Commitment to Safety

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Dementia in Long-Term Care: Communicating with Residents
    Dementia in Long-Term Care: Communicating with Residents

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Dementia in Long-Term Care: How Dementia Affects Care Planning
    Dementia in Long-Term Care: How Dementia Affects Care Planning

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Limiting Blood Borne Pathogens in Long-Term Care
    Limiting Blood Borne Pathogens in Long-Term Care

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Preventing and Managing Workplace Violence: A Guide for Long-Term Care Managers
    Preventing and Managing Workplace Violence: A Guide for Long-Term Care Managers

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Preventing and Managing Workplace Violence: A Guide for Long-Term Care Staff
    Preventing and Managing Workplace Violence: A Guide for Long-Term Care Staff

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Infection Control in Long-Term Care
    Infection Control in Long-Term Care

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Delivering Excellent Customer Service in the Long-Term Care Environment
    Delivering Excellent Customer Service in the Long-Term Care Environment

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Dementia and Nutrition: Helping Prevent Nutritional and Fluid Deficiencies
    Dementia and Nutrition: Helping Prevent Nutritional and Fluid Deficiencies

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Dementia and Your Care Giving Decisions
    Dementia and Your Care Giving Decisions

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Serving the Assisted Living Community (Part 2)
    Serving the Assisted Living Community (Part 2)

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Serving the Assisted Living Community (Part 1)
    Serving the Assisted Living Community (Part 1)

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Delivering Excellent Customer Service in the Long-Term Care Environment
    Delivering Excellent Customer Service in the Long-Term Care Environment

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Dementia in Long-Term Care: How Dementia Affects Care Planning
    Dementia in Long-Term Care: How Dementia Affects Care Planning

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Fire Prevention and Safety Procedures
    Fire Prevention and Safety Procedures

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Limiting Blood Borne Pathogens in Long-Term Care
    Limiting Blood Borne Pathogens in Long-Term Care

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Meaningful Work
    Meaningful Work

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • No Easy Answer: Moving Beyond the Guilt
    No Easy Answer: Moving Beyond the Guilt

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Preserving Residents’ Dignity
    Preserving Residents’ Dignity

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Quality of Life: Homelike Environment
    Quality of Life: Homelike Environment

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Quality of Life: An Introduction
    Quality of Life: An Introduction

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Resident Abuse: Prevention and Protection
    Resident Abuse: Prevention and Protection

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Resident Transfers: The Safe Way
    Resident Transfers: The Safe Way

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Residents’ Rights: An Introduction for Residents
    Residents’ Rights: An Introduction for Residents

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Residents’ Rights: An Introduction for Staff
    Residents’ Rights: An Introduction for Staff

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Serving the Assisted Living Community (Part 1)
    Serving the Assisted Living Community (Part 1)

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • What about Using a Restraint?
    What about Using a Restraint?

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

  • Your Role in Resident Skin Care
    Your Role in Resident Skin Care

    For residents in long-term care facilities to acquire skin disorders is commonplace. Unfortunately, because of this, the health and comfort of residents may decline.

    While no single method of prevention is foolproof, an increased awareness and timely treatment can decrease the overall occurrence of skin disease and the degree to which infections may spread. The earlier you catch a potential infection, the better the chances are of curtailing or lessening the pain a resident might otherwise experience. Thus, the more observant you are, the better you serve your charges.

    Resident health and safety is your number one priority. Your residents and their families trust you to protect the health and safety of those in your care. So naturally, you must understand where dangers exist and work to prevent them. Above all, educate and inform yourself so as to provide the best care and protection for your residents.

    This course supports the needs and motivations of health care staff and professionals that provide direct resident care including all CNAs, all RNs, and all newly hired CNAs and RNs.

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