The LTC Survey Requirements for Participation were released 10/4/2016. Food, nutrition and dining are integral focus areas.
1.00 General CE Credits
In this webinar discover options to make mealtime an enjoyable experience during this pandemic while following the guidelines and remaining in emergency planning compliance. Review dining and staffimore»
0.50 General CE Credits
During this time of a pandemic, we have all been called to be more creative. Same goes for our making-over our menus. In this webinar, discover ways to adjust your menus while meeting nutritional rmore»
In this webinar, review Standard Precautions designed to reduce the risk of transmission of microorganisms from both recognized and unrecognized sources of infection and how that impacts your food demore»
0.50 Sanitation CE Credits
Prepare yourself and your staff for the survey process by understanding an overview of the CMS COVID-19 focused survey process. Through this webinar you will discover offsite and onsite survey activmore»
Now more than ever, you are called to be a leader for your team. In this webinar, discover how emotional intelligence can foster your leadership skills to build your team up during these challenging more»
The CDC identifies five common factors that contribute to foodborne illness. These categories are termed by the FDA as "foodborne illness risk factors" and most foodborne illness can be attributed tomore»
1.00 Sanitation CE Credits
Food has the power to connect human resources, marketing, public relations, and beyond. Bring social media into your kitchen with fundamentals, tools, and resources for food service professionals.
What is next for CMS in their efforts to continue to promote resident-centered cares? October 2018 has brought new MDS item changes and November 2018 will start the final Phase III of the LTC Mega Rumore»
Millions of Americans have Alzheimer’s or other dementias. As the size and proportion of the U.S. population age 65 and older continue to increase, the number of Americans with Alzheimer’s or other dmore»
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