Webinars & Seminars

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December 8, 2022  |  1:00-4:15 PM ET
Ethical Considerations in Long-Term Care
In partnership with LeadingAge Iowa
Administrators will receive 3 CEUs 
Social Workers will receive 3 CEUs (application pending from NASW-RI)

About This Webinar
Practical information about ethics is provided from a clinical perspective. Core ethical principles as they relate to health care and senior care are reviewed. Behaviors that are considered unethical by most credentialing bodies are considered as well as legal and ethical issues typically encountered in one’s daily profession. The course applies models for analyzing and resolving ethical dilemmas in health care including CELIBATE, RIPS, and the Rest Four Component Model. Case examples illustrating various ethical dilemmas and issues that can take place in senior care settings are included. Learning objectives:
  • State basic principles of ethics and their application to legal responsibilities in health care.
  • Describe common ethical issues in health care, including that which is considered unethical and/or unlawful by credentialing boards.
  • Discuss the application of ethical models for analyzing and resolving ethical dilemmas in health care.
Who Should Attend
Social Workers, Nursing Home Administrators, CEOs, Nurse Leaders, Department Heads, and other staff. Appropriate for nursing home, assisted living, home and community-based services, and adult day.

How to Register
For more information and to register, please see our Ethical Considerations in Long-Term Care program flyer.
WEBINARS & SEMINARS ARCHIVE

October 26 & 27, 2022  |  12:00-2:00 PM ET on both days
Phase 3 Requirements of Participation: Two-Part Workshop
In partnership with LeadingAge Nebraska & LeadingAge Maryland
Administrators will receive 4 CEUs 

Over 30 CMS F tags are being updated or added as part of the Phase 3 Rules of Participation effective October 2022. We will cover the updates to ensure participants remain in regulatory compliance. There will be breakout sessions to give participants a chance to think like a surveyor and evaluate compliance.

Who Should Attend
Skilled nursing administrators and staff, including nursing leaders and directors, social services, and other interdisciplinary members.

Registration
Enrollment is closed. For more information, please see our Phase 3 Requirements of Participation: Two-Part Workshop program flyer.
► October 24-28, 2022 | Multiple session options across 5 days
Recreation & Activity Professionals Webinar Series
In partnership with LeadingAge New York

Hear talks by nationally renowned speakers and recreation and activities experts and come up to speed on best practices in programming and resident care – all information and ideas you can immediately put into practice! Enhance your knowledge, elevate your residents’ experiences, and improve your programs.

Who Should Attend
Directors of Activity, Program Directors, Therapeutic Recreation Specialists, Leisure Time Specialists, all TR and Activity staff, and other professionals who work in Nursing Facilities, Assisted Living, Retirement Housing, Adult Day Health Care, or other settings which offer activities and recreational programs.

How to Register
Enrollment is closed.
► Thursdays, July 14 through Aug 25, 2022  |  9:00-11:00 AM
Leading with Confidence: A Skill-Building Series for Managers
A 7-part virtual seminar offered exclusively to members of LeadingAge New England state partners

This popular online series is back for LeadingAge RI members who missed it the first time! Great managers produce higher employee engagement, productivity, retention, improved teamwork, and higher customer satisfaction. When you invest in your managers, everyone wins. Presenter Del Gilbert's style is clear, practical, and engaging:
  • The sessions include many practical exercises and demonstrations for the purpose of skill-building.
  • Sessions are held in a cohort, which means that participants go through the series with the same group of people in order to promote dialogue, shared learning, and a collegial atmosphere.
  • Each session comes with professionally designed handouts and resource materials. 
  • Participants who attend all sessions will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Sessions focus on:
  • Employee Engagement
  • Employee Accountability
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Interviewing, Selecting, and Onboarding
  • Leading the Way to Service Excellence
  • Personal Effectiveness for Leaders
  • Advanced Communication Skills and Relational Intelligence
Who Should Attend
This training is designed for new managers, managers who have never received management training, and experienced managers who want to refine their management skills.

Enrollment is closed. For more information, please see our Leading with Confidence summer 2022 program flyer.
► Thursday, June 23, 2022  |  1:30 - 2:45 PM
Total Rewards & Compensation: How to Be an Employer of Choice​ - Zoom webinar
Administrators will receive 1.25 CEUs 

Explore the latest best practices and strategies behind competing for talent – and how you can use these new concepts to strengthen your organization’s workforce engagement. Our expert presenters are from NFP, a LeadingAge RI associate member and national leader in employee benefits: 
  • Megan Nail, Vice President, Consulting & Total Rewards, NFP
  • Rollin Schuster, Managing Director, NFP
  • David Farrell, Senior Advisor, NFP
Learning Objectives:
  • Explore the competitive, economic, social, and political environment in which your organization operates, and how this impacts your total rewards strategy.
  • Use this information to determine how total rewards and workplace trends may impact your organization so you can strategically and proactively respond.
  • Collaborate with participants to discuss designing solutions to these issues and opportunities.
  • Analyze how the compensation landscape has changed with a significant increase in competition in a tight labor market.
  • Apply these learnings to common situations that you may be facing in your organization.
Who Should Attend
Administrators, Executive Directors, and HR Directors.

Register today!
Enrollment is closed. For more information, please see our Total Rewards & Compensation webinar flyer. 
► Thursday, June 2, 2022  |  8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
CMS Region 1 Regulatory Update and Best Practices for Optimal Compliance​
Offered in partnership with the Rhode Island Health Care Association 

Take advantage of this in-person opportunity to get timely updates from CMS and fine-tune your compliance practices! Presenters are: 
  • Captain Hyosim Seon-Spada, DNP, RN, FNP-BC, CIC, USPHS, Survey & LTC Branch Manager, CMS
  • Pam Bibeault, RNC, MS, NHA, CLNC, CPHQ, CHC, President of Triad 
Location: Radisson Hotel-Providence Airport, 2081 Post Rd, Warwick, RI
CEUs: 3
Registration deadline: May 31, 2022

Learning Objectives:
  • Understand the types of surveys
  • Review top 10 common deficiencies
  • F880 and F884 Updates
  • Know the nursing home enforcement process
  • Roles of the Medical Director and Infection Preventionist
  • Best practices to prevent deficient practices
  • Survey Readiness

Wednesday, May 11, 2022  |  9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Continuing Education for MedTechs 2022 – Zoom seminar​
MedTechs will receive 4.0 CEUs 

This 4-hour seminar has been specifically designed for MedTechs with pertinent and practical information to assist in their responsibilities and to meet their continuing education requirements for license renewal. It includes topics such as: Managing Pain at the End of Life, Medication Effects on Oral Health of Older Adults, Prevention of Medication Errors, and more. Presenters include:
  • Jamie Belezarian, President & Owner, Innovations Healthcare LLC
  • Dr. Samuel Zwetchkenbaum, Chief, Oral Health Program, RI Department of Health 
  • Jessica McTaggart, PharmD Class of 2022, University of Rhode Island
  • Kathleen Clark, RN, Executive Director, Continuum Care of Rhode Island
Who Should Attend 
Participation limited to MedTechs. 

Register today!
Enrollment is closed. For more information, view our Continuing Education for MedTechs 2022 program flyer.
► Thursday, May 5, 2022  | 2:30-3:30 PM
Increasing the Dining Program Bottom Line During Challenging Times 
Offered in partnership with LeadingAge Nebraska 

Foodservice talk is a language in itself but is central to the effect on the facility’s bottom line, especially given the fallout posed by the pandemic, supply chain disruptions, and inflation. Join us for an honest discussion as to how facility leaders can manage dining systems to streamline costs, find workforce efficiencies, and offer an excellent dining experience. This is a great opportunity for facility leaders and dining directors to come together to make a difference.

Who Should Attend 
Administrators, Executive Directors, and Dining Leaders. LeadingAge RI will provide one contact hour for NH/ALR Administrators for this webinar. 

Register today!
Enrollment is closed. For more information, please view our Increasing the Dining Program Bottom Line program flyer. 
Tuesday, March 1, 2022  | 2:00-3:00 PM
Pressure Ulcer Imposters: A Wound Training Webinar 
Offered in partnership with LeadingAge Iowa 

That skin disruption may look like a pressure injury, but is it? Ensure your team is correctly identifying tissue damage that mimics pressure injuries but is not of pressure etiology. The purpose of this webinar is to provide recognized needed education to the long-term care industry on current regulatory and evidence-based and best practices for wound prevention and care. This will be your opportunity to arm yourself with the information needed for better wound treatment/prevention and survey outcomes. 

Who Should Attend 
Administrators and Nurses as well as others who manage wound care. Appropriate for nursing homes, assisting living, and home and community-based services. CEUs are provided for participating Administrators.

Register today!
Enrollment is closed. For more information, please view our Pressure Ulcer Imposters program flyer. 
March 8, 10, 15, 17 & 22, 2022
2022 Housing Professionals Webinar Series
Offered in partnership with LeadingAge NY

Who Should Attend? Why Attend? 
This 5-part webinar series is ideal for all affordable senior housing professionals, including Property and Facility Managers, Housing Management Leaders and Service Coordinators. Hear talks about the industry as impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic by nationally renowned speakers and property management experts. Get up to speed on best practices and the latest changes in regulatory and compliance requirements. Gain information and ideas you can put into practice immediately. For more information and details on all the sessions, please see our 2022 Housing Professionals Webinar Series program flyer.

Register today!
Enrollment is closed. If you have questions, please contact Karen at LeadingAge RI, kdonovan@leadingageri.org, or Cathy Bongermino at LeadingAge New York, cbongermino@leadingageny.org.
Weekly on Thursdays, Jan 13 through March 10, 2022
Leading with Confidence Virtual Management Training Series
Offered exclusively for members of LeadingAge New England chapters

Make an investment in your managers! The main driver for employee retention is having a great boss. When you train managers, everyone wins. This virtual training series with management expert Del Gilbert is clear, practical, and engaging:
  • The sessions include many practical exercises and demonstrations for the purpose of skill-building.
  • Sessions are held cohort style, which means that participants will go through the series with the same group of people in order to promote dialogue, shared learning, and a collegial atmosphere.
  • Each session comes with professionally designed handouts and resource materials. 
  • Participants who attend all sessions will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Who Should Attend
This training is targeted for new managers, managers who have never received management training, and experienced managers who want to refine their management skills.

Schedule
Leading with Confidence begins on Thursday, January 13, and runs every Thursday through March 10. Two sessions will be offered: a Morning Session, 9:30am-11:30am ET, and an Afternoon Session, 1:30pm-3:30pm ET. Attendees will be asked to choose the Morning or Afternoon session on the registration form.

Enrollment is closed. For more information, please view our program flyer.
For more information about our educational programs or to learn how to register, please contact Karen Donovan, Special Projects Assistant, at kdonovan@leadingageri.org.