The Orientation to Assisted Living Complete DVD Training and Certificate Program provides a comprehensive understanding of assisted living which introduces caregivers to the philosophy of assisted living, how to support the key principles of assisted living, what the caregiver’s role in residents’ rights and customer service is, and what happens as a person ages. This group training set includes three (3) participant manuals, an instructor's guide, a video instructor's guide, a set of three Orientation DVDs, three (3) exams and three (3) 14 CEU certificates upon successful completion, with an 85% or better, on the final, open-book exam.
Real-life interactions between caregivers and residents introduce topics of dignity, choice, and independence, while highlighting the importance of preserving these principles for aging residents in Assisted Living: A New Approach to Care (11 minutes).
Aging Sensitivity (14 minutes) is an insightful look at the physical and emotional realities of aging. It equips caregivers with empathy and a deeper understanding of the aging process. Seniors share thoughts on the aging process, losses experienced, and how their lives have changed.
In Dining Services (13 minutes), staff members learn to create quality dining experiences for residents through proper setup and delivery techniques. The importance of preserving resident dignity and choice throughout the dining experience, as well as serving those with memory loss, or physical and dietary limitations, is also discussed.
This training package meets the regulatory requirements for the following:
CBRF: 83.19(1), 83.21(1)(2), 83.22(4)