6 Posts in Assisted Living
Carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) is being touted as ‘nightmare bacteria’ and ‘killer bacteria,’ and rightfully so. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the death rate for individuals who contract CRE may be as high as 50 percent. The CDC states that people within the general population are usually not at risk of contracting carbapenem-resistant ...
In Oct. of 2014, the Center for Excellence in Assisted Living (CEAL) sponsored The Future of Assisted Living: Consumer Preferences and the Era of Healthcare Reform in Washington, D.C.: Those who attended the seminar consisted of 35 assisted living stakeholders. This conference was held to discuss the issues that would define the future of assisted living.
There are changes coming to Assisted Living communities in Florida, thanks to new legislation enacted by Gov. Rick Scott. The changes will take effect on July 1, 2015, and they could have an impact on training in your building. Redilearning is confident that our clients already meet the coursework requirements mandated by the new law, but an overview of the law and how it will impact training...
The more things change...the more they seem very similar.
I just returned from ALFA’s 25th anniversary Senior Living Executive Conference in Tampa. It was wonderful to see old friends and new come together to learn, share and recharge.
This blog post was previously published on the Redilearning blog and is republished here. Redilearning became part of Relias Learning in October, 2015.