Assisted Living E-Learning

Assisted Living E-Learning Opportunities

  • Assisted Living Management Certification Course (Sponsored by Assisted Living Partners)
    • CEUs: 30.0 contact hours | Nurses, Administrators & Assisted Living Managers
      • This management course will prepare participants to develop services and procedures that reflect assisted living values and comply with certification rules. Whether you are new to health care, or simply new to assisted living continuum, this course will give you the skills and confidence needed to manage your community successfully.This online course meets the Iowa Department of Inspections and Appeals requirements, IAC 69.25(5), for assisted living program managers.
  • Assisted Living Regulatory Class
    • CEUs: 7.0 contact hours | Nurses, Administrators and Assisted Living Managers
      • The purpose of this class is to provide nurses with the Iowa assisted living laws, rules, and regulations. The focus of the education will be a review of the assisted living regulations and survey process, the role of the nurse and healthcare assistant in assisted living settings and medication management. The class will prepare nurses to develop services and procedures that reflect assisted living values and comply with Iowa certification rules. Discussion of emerging issues will assure that your services comply with regulatory intent.
  • Child Abuse Mandatory Training (Sponsored by Dorsey & Whitney)
    • CEUs: 2.0 contact hours | Nurses, Administrators, Department Heads, Activity Professionals, Environmental Services, Dietary, Social Servies and Assisted Living Managers
      • The purpose of this course is to enhance the knowledge of the mandatory reporter in recognizing and reporting suspected child abuse. This course meets the requirements for the two-hour training on child abuse and is appropriate for any individual who is designated a mandatory reporter by the state of Iowa.
  • COVID-19 Vaccination Education for Long-Term Care Employees – Free
    • Brought to you by IHCA and IPALTC
      • This video answers frequently asked questions about the COVID-19 vaccine for long-term care employees featuring Dr. Sam Stanton, ABCM medical director, and Dr. Clete Younger, medical director for seven skilled nursing facilities. This FREE resource is available for all long-term care providers to share with their employees, courtesy of the Iowa Health Care Association and Iowa Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine.
  • Dementia Care Training Series (Sponsored by Millenium Therapy)
    • CEUs: 8.0 contact hours | CNAs, Activity Professionals, Nurses, Social Services, Department Heads, Administrators and Assisted Living Managers
      • The Dementia Care Training Series is made up of eight one-hour on-line, on-demand modules that focus on improving communication between caregivers and individuals living with dementia, a reduction in dementia-related behaviors and an increase in job satisfaction for staff.
  • Life Safety – Fire Safety 101
    • CEUs: 1 contact hour | Environmental Service, Administrators and Assisted Living Managers
      • This digital training session will cover important topics pertaining to life safety enforcement issues in Iowa nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
  • Putting IDDSI Into Practice (Sponsored by: Martin Brothers)
    • CEUs: 1.0 contact hour | Nurses, Dietary, Administrators, Assisted Living Managers
      • This training will review the steps to implement International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative (IDDSI) in senior living communities and lessons learned from those who have implemented already. Discussion will focus on what IDDSI is for, the appropriate food and drink levels, and methods for testing.
  • Recruiting & Retention During and After the Pandemic (Sponsored by: PCA Pharmacy)
    • CEUs: 4.0 contact hours | Nurses, Administrators, Department Heads and Assisted Living Managers
      • In this four-part training program, practical and implementable strategies will be offered, enabling you to evaluate your current methods–COVID-19 or no COVID-19.