Welcome to the best developed and most innovatively equipped home for training and ongoing staff development for
Adult day care providers in the U.S. State of
Our processes are designed to help you not only to remain regulatory compliant, but to have a tool that you can use for years to come.
At the end of the day, we become your partner in ensuring you have the best team available to make your adult day services program the absolute best.
Who We Are…
Who We Are…
Your Requirements • Our Solution
We take the time to know what your state or provincial government requires of you. For adult day care providers in the State of Missouri, you must comply with:
The Training Curriculum Rule:
(18) At least quarterly, or as needed based on participants. needs, in-service training shall be provided to staff, as appropriate to their job function or participant care needs. At a minimum, in-service training shall address:
(A) Participant care needs, both general and individualized;
(B) Participant’s rights;
(C) Program policies; and
(D) Specialized care needs, such as Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias, appropriate to the needs of participants, as follows:
1. For employees providing direct care to persons with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia, the training shall include.
B. Communicating with persons with dementia;
D. Promoting independence in activities of daily living; and
E. Understanding and dealing with family issues; and
2. For employees who do not provide direct care for, but may have daily contact with, persons with Alzheimer’s disease or related dementia, the training shall include.
B.Communicating with persons with dementia.
We developed a product that satisfies all the requirements. You pay an annual fee of $369.95 and up to twenty, (20) of your employees can have regular access to the best that training in adult day care has to offer.
The Training Curriculum…
Chapter 1 – An Introduction
Lesson A – Our Purpose and How You Can Benefit
Chapter 4: Alzheimer’s
Lesson A: What is Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease
Lesson B: Stages and Characteristics of Alzheimer’s Disease
Lesson C: Communication – How You Can Improve it
Chapter 2 – The Program Participant
Lesson A: Care Needs – General
Lesson B: Care Needs – Individualized
Lesson C: Participant’s Rights
Chapter 5: Behavioral
Lesson A: ADL’s What are they?
Lesson B: Promoting Independence in ADL’s. How?
Lesson C: Promoting Positive Relationships with Participant Family Members
Chapter 3: Program Policies
Lesson A: Why Policies Matter
Lesson B: Their Connection to Civil Liberties
Lesson C: Corporate Compliance
Lesson D: Conducted Live – A Policy Orientation
Once your subscription commences with this online payment, we issue a set of instructions for a Discount Code, eliminating any need for payment from your staff.