Long-Term Care Resident Activities: Ensuring Regulatory Compliance and Quality Care - On-Demand
Webcast now available On-Demand!
Tuesday, June 10, 2014
Rita A. Underwood, ADC
Fostering a higher quality of life is only one of the many reasons why having a detailed resident activity care plan is important for every resident. In this 90-minute webcast, expert Reta A. Underwood, ADC, describes the intent behind resident activity care plans and why it is essential to have one in place. Learn how to assess your current program while taking the necessary steps to improve its quality. Should a surveyor walk through your door, know that your program will pass the test with flying colors.
At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Better understand the intent behind F248, Activities, and F249, Activities Director
- Identify activity assessment components and determine gaps within their own process
- Describe the elements of activity program design at the various levels of the resident’s assessed needs
- Explain the steps necessary to implement the activities plan of care
- Determine what makes a quality and satisfying activity program
- The regulation—F248 and F249
- Overview of the regulation, the intent, and the interpretive guidelines
- Assessing the resident
- A comprehensive activities assessment
- The assessment and MDS, Section F, Section O, and the care area assessments
- Designing a specific and focused resident program
- A group focus
- Self-directed focus, highly independent residents
- Therapeutic supported program
- Implementing the plan of care
- Creating a resident-specific plan of care
- Understanding the financial needs of the activities program
- Ensuring a quality activity program
- QAPI—paper-based analysis
- Gathering feedback
- Comment cards
Who Should Attend
- Therapeutic recreation and activities professionals
- Skilled unit directors
- Nurse supervisors
- Directors of nursing
- Quality managers
Meet the Speaker
Reta A. Underwood, ADC, is president of Consultants for Long Term Care, Inc. (CLTC), a national long-term care consulting firm based in Kentucky. CLTC's experienced professionals have provided clinical consulting, regulatory compliance correction, and training for hospital, nursing facility, and senior housing providers in 46 states. CLTC has additionally provided management services, presented seminars, been published nationally, and copyrighted its own systems and tools.
Underwood’s experience has included management and director positions with nursing facilities and healthcare companies. She has also provided corporatewide MDS support services, numerous mock surveys, regulatory compliance correction, educational programs, clinical documentation, quality assurance programming, and quality of life and therapeutic programming.
- Activity Program QA
- Adaptive Equipment and Special Programming Assessment
- Activity Assessment 2014
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