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PROGRAM APPROVAL NUMBERS

NAB Approval # 20200924-9-A58546-IN

BELTCA Approval # 2324
Skilled Nursing; 8 Standard CEUs & 1 Regulatory CEU
Assisted Living; 4 Standard CEUs & 1 Regulatory CEU

NV State Nursing Board Approved Program # NV 000578
9 Standard CEUs

Board Examiners for Social Workers
9 Standard CEUs

NV Board of Occupational Therapist
9 Standard CEUs


AMY DEE
09.25 / 8:45 AM
Grand 2
Science of Insanity: Thrilling, Challenge & Change in Today’s Busy Healthcare World

Drawing on her career as a psych RN, Amy turns advanced behavioral science into practical “retrain your brain” techniques for keeping negative thoughts from creating crazy-toxic emotions and situations at home and at work. From interacting with difficult patients and coworkers, to coping with the epidemic overload of paperwork, processes, bed pans and long hours, she has a genius for using humor to reveal our profound power to stay sane by making small, personal choices each day that wind up changing …everything!


JIM SANTA
09.25 / 9:55 AM
Grand 2
RoP at a Glance; Pharmacy Implications.

This session enables participants to preview opportunities to partner with your current pharmacy provider to meet regulatory demand, keep patients safe and to reduce costs. We will also summarize the pharmacy implications of the RoP Guidelines and provide attendees with best practices to implement in their buildings to ensure they are meeting the guidelines.


LINDSAY SCHWARTZ
09.25 / 11:20 AM
Grand 1 – AL
AHCA/NCAL Solutions for Quality Care

Unlock your assisted living community’s potential by taking advantage of your AHCA/NCAL membership. Use the association’s quality and data resources to implement quality improvement programs, pursue operational excellence and enhance relationships with entities like hospitals, managed care organizations and other networks. This session will provide an overview of several key AHCA/NCAL member benefits, including LTC Trend Tracker, the Quality Initiative for Assisted Living, and the AHCA/NCAL Quality Awards Program, as well as how these benefits work in tandem.


PEGGY EWALD
09.25 / 11:20 AM
Grand 2 – SN
Advance Care Planning and Nevada POLST

The Advance Care Planning and Nevada POLST presentation is intended to reach out to the health care community and provide education about the history, features, benefits, and legal implications of the Nevada POLST program incorporating the overall concept of Advance Care Planning. The participants should understand basic information about Advance Care Planning and Nevada POLST as an approach to end-of-life planning that emphasizes eliciting, documenting and honoring patients’ preferences about the medical treatments they want to receive during a medical crisis or as they decline in health. Advance Care Planning includes discussion about goals of care. Fundamentally, the POLST Paradigm is not a form: it is a process.


Judy Salisbury
09.25 / 2:00 PM
Grand 1 – AL
A Common Sense Approach to Emotional Trauma and Why we ask “Why?”

Some life events can leave us depressed, despondent, and even suicidal but it can be especially hard for healthcare workers who suffer in silence. Also impacted by emotional trauma are our residents who feel the pain and loss of their former active life. With a common sense approach, Judy Salisbury opens up an interactive discussion on the issue of Emotional Trauma; definition, recognition, options, with hints and tips to helping yourself or others. Moving beyond cold erudition, this workshop also includes a candid, intuitive discussion on why we ask, “Why?” when we experience emotionally painful, life-altering events.


Juliet Kerlin
09.25 / 2:00 PM
Grand 2 – SN
Dementia Engagement through Technology

Senior living professionals are looking to improve clinical and quality of life outcomes for their residents. Engagement technology programs provide opportunities to care for residents undergoing physical and cognitive decline by focusing on their strengths and interests and by encouraging self-expression and personal development. This strength-based, person-centered approach results in a better person-environment fit, which is essential to increase self-esteem, enhance confidence and improve the quality of life for all residents. Engagement technology programs that engage and motivate can facilitate enriched interactions and allow staff to recognize that well-being encompasses all the dimensions of personhood—mind, body and spirit. Engagement technology is intuitive, and if approached with specific objectives and milestones in place, the rewards to residents and professional and familial caregivers can be transformative.


Eric Haider
09.25 / 3:20 PM
Grand 1 – AL
Solving Staffing Problems

Staffing shortage is a growing problem in our country. How to solve staffing problems, have more staff than you need and eliminate agency staff in your nursing home and assisted living. Nationally recognized speaker will share, step by step, result oriented, proven, and easy to implement systems, on how to improve staff retention. How to hire good staff in one hour by using my innovative unique techniques with amazing results in every nursing homes and assisted livings. Build a winning team, so they will do a good job, and stay with you for a long time.


Jo MIller
09.25 / 3:20 PM
Grand 2 – SN
How to Create a Regulatory Compliant Disaster Meals Program

Disasters can strike anytime. Healthcare communities depend on Food and Nutrition Services for uninterrupted nutritious meals. Is your facility prepared with the quantity and quality of meals needed during a disaster? The community expects healthcare is a beacon of safety during an emergency. Are you ready? Learn the latest requirements for practical disaster preparedness from a public health nutritionist. In this talk we will examine an all hazard approach to disaster planning, review the new CMS Disaster Rule, share resources for disaster meal planning and evaluate disaster meal and water options. Transform your disaster meal plan from costly, labor intensive, and fragmented to a streamlined system that is regulatory friendly, easily managed and cost effective


JENNIFER CARSON
09.26 / 9:00 AM
Grand 2
Preventing or Responding to Distress through Promotion of Well Being

Most distress among persons living with dementia represents an expression of unmet need. Instead of treating ill-being through reactive pharmacological and/or non-pharmacological interventions, our primary goal should always be supporting well-being. Today, we will learn how to use the seven domains of well-being developed by the Murray Alzheimer Research and Education Program (Dupuis, Whyte, Carson, et al. 2012) as a framework to assess and proactively support well-being. When necessary, this framework can also be used to decode and respond to expressions of stress and distress, thus reducing excess disability and unnecessary drug use.

JEANNE HESTERLEE
09.26 / 10:15 AM
Grand 2

 

 

 

Senate Bill 362 (2019 session) Updated requirements for Residential Facility for Groups that have or are admitting residents with a diagnosis or Alzheimer’s/Dementia diagnoses. 

Update on Discharge requirements as it relates to the Ombudsman’s office for Skilled Nursing Facilities. Top ten citations for 2018/2019 for Residential Facilities for Groups and Skilled Nursing Facilities. Changes? Or not? For TB testing requirements for facilities required to complete TB testing for staff and/or residents.

Understanding the new requirements for facilities (RFG) that admit residents with Alzheimer’s/dementia related diagnoses (SB 362)

  • The top 10 citations for RFGs
  • Update on discharge reporting requirements as it relates to the Ombudsman’s office
  • The top 10 citations for Skilled Nursing Facilities
  • Understanding the changes in the CDC recommendations as they relate to the NRS and NAC


ELIZA CHIN
09.26 / 12:30 PM
Grand 2
Transformational Leadership in LTC settings

Care of the senior population requires a team approach so that the goals of senior executives can be realized through the everyday care provided by front-line staff. Transformational leadership can bridge that gap. The end result is more employee engagement and retention and most importantly, resident satisfaction


Kirstin Coulombe
09.26 / 13:55 AM
Grand 2
Overview of Nevada’s Medicaid Program

Part 1; an overview of the program including requirements to qualify, how to make a request for BCCP, and upcoming changes to the program, Part 2; overview of facility requirements for handling Patient Trust Funds (PTF), the process for audits of the PTF and common deficiencies, & Part 3; overview of Nevada’s current RUG Group for MDS and how that may change with the upcoming PDPM mandates.

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