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Category Archives: Training

MALA Spring Conference

April 17-19, 2016:  Unmasking the True Identity in Long Term Care
Location:  Chateau on the Lake, Branson, MO

Registration for attending the Missouri Assisted Living Association’s 2015 Spring Conference is now available.

Please visit MALA’s website here for registration forms for this conference.

ALF Resident Assessment Training

March 21-23, 2016:  Best Western Capital Inn, Jefferson City, MO
June 27-29, 2016:  Best Western Capital Inn, Jefferson City, MO
November 7-9, 2016:  Best Western Capital Inn, Jefferson City, MO

Anyone who wants training on issues relating to the elderly, aging, certain people with mental illness, and community-based assessments can attend this training.

Please see the brochure and registration information on the Missouri Assisted Living Association’s event page here.

Conversations with Carmen

February 19, 2016:  Facing Risk: Care Planning for Resident Choice
Guest:  Karen Shoeneman, Retired Deputy Director CMS Division of Nursing Homes

Are you holding back on offering true choice to residents, even though you want to – for fear of deficiencies being cited, possible legal action or other negative outcomes?  We challenge you to think again.  It is possible to hone our skills in order to honor resident choice.

Please visit the Conversations with Carmen event page here for more details including registration.

Hot Topics: Culture Change in Action

February 11, 2016:  Building Community Through Meaningful Engagement
Presenters:  Angie McAlister, Director of Cultural Transformation-Hometown, Signature HealthCARE and Linda McDaniel, Director of Clinical Care-Hometown, Signature HealthCARE

How can you build true community by engaging elders and the care team in new and innovative ways?  Join us for this webinar as we discuss concepts that have worked in our homes to build vibrant communities that promote growth for all.  We will discuss new ways to strengthen individualized approaches to protect and honor personal preferences through innovative programming methods.  We will also define intentional spontaneity and outline the benefits and discuss how to build flexibility into the day.

Please visit the Hot Topics event registration page here for more details.

MHCA Mid-Year Conference

March 1-2, 2016:  Mid-Year Conference
Location:  Capitol Plaza Hotel, Jefferson City, MO

MHCA hosts a Mid-Year Conference in March which features educational sessions along with our annual Legislative Reception.

Please visit the Missouri Health Care Association’s event page here for the full brochure and registration info.

MHCA Webinar

February 16, 2016:  Work Opportunity Tax Credit
Presenter:  Jennifer Rohen, CliftonLarsonAllen

In this session you will learn about the Work Opportunity Tax Credit (WOTC).  This tax credit allows employers to reduce their federal tax liability.  Join us to learn about the impacts of tax liability, the qualifying groups, eligibility, and the process for computing and reporting the tax credit.

Please visit MHCA’s event here to register.

TMF QIN Event

February 4, 2016:  Conducting a Standardized Nursing Home Resident Assessment of Activities of Daily Living and Bowel/Bladder Continence Using the Minimum Data Set

Please join this webinar for a dynamic discussion about Minimum Data Set (MDS) requirements for clinical assessment to improve activities of daily living (ADLs) and bowel/bladder continence for nursing home residents. Attendees will hear an experienced MDS clinical coordinator describe the process to evaluate each aspect of ADLs and bowel/urinary continence to include MDS coding.

Please visit the event page here to register.