Health Care Professions
XNCE 1502 - Kansas Assisted Living Facility Operator Training Course
This course is designed to provide participants with information on the principles of basic operation of AL, residential, home plus, and adult day care, the aging process and its effects on activities. Treatment and management of care for the elderly are presented. Participants who attend all sessions and successfully complete a comprehensive examination will meet the requirements to be an adult care home operator as established by the Kansas Department of Aging and Disability Services (KDADS). This course is also recommended for current operators as a beneficial update on the latest information. Prerequisites: high school diploma or equivalent with one year relevant experience (work experience in business, hospitality, gerontology, or health and human services or other fields as approved by the secretary), or have an associate's degree in a relevant field (degrees in business, hospitality, gerontology, or health and human services or other degrees approved by the secretary), or have a bachelor's degree.
CEU Hours: 4.5
Contact Hours: 45
1. Express a philosophy of person-centered, long-term care based on individual resident needs, preferences and choices. 2. Express knowledge of the aging process. 3. Demonstrate knowledge of applicable state and federal regulations. 4. Discuss resident rights. 5. Discuss issues involved in the management of internal support staff, budgeting, supplies, and outside resources.
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Enroll for $710.00