Abundant Living Care offers for following Trainings:
- Medication Administration – Participants will learn about the rights of residents as far as medication is concerned, facility policies and procedures, delegated procedures, medication management, medical terms and abbreviations, medication packaging, labeling and storage, the various types and codes of medications and how to properly administer and document the administration of medication.
- Standard Precautions – Participants will learn why standard precautions are important in their work and understand how blood borne diseases and other communicable diseases spread from person to person, how to prevent the spread of communicable diseases and learn what to do during and after an exposure incident.
- First Aid & Choking, AED, and CPR Training Participants will learn how to correctly perform CPR, the proper usage of an AED, apply first aid and techniques for dealing with an unresponsive adult, child, or infant according to the American Red Cross guidelines.
- Fire Safety – Participants will learn to understand the nature of fire, recognize fire hazards, learn about early warning systems, understand the use of fire extinguishers, focus on the evacuation needs of residents, follow the CBRF emergency and disaster plan, respond well in an emergency.
- Dietary -Participants will learn guidelines and regulations according to the Wisconsin State Legislature DHS 83 Food Service general requirements such as food supply, equipment, dishwashing, nutrition, meals, menus, sanitation and safety, food safety, and reporting.
- Needs Assessment/ISP – Participants are trained in assessment methodology, assessment of changes in condition, sources of assessment information, and documentation of the assessment identification of the resident’s needs and desired outcomes, development of goals and interventions, service plan evaluation and review of progress.
- Resident Rights – Participants learn how to be informed regarding the legal rights of residents when it comes to house rules, coercion, retaliation, confidentiality, restraints, self-determination, and the CBRF’s complaint and grievance procedures.
- Challenging Behaviors – Outcomes to include the understanding of the nature of conditions which result in challenging behaviors, understanding the effects of environment on residents with challenging behaviors, understanding and initiating appropriate interventions to respond to challenging behaviors. Learning to display and maintain a non-defensive attitude, problem solving skills, empathy and understanding, and most importantly demonstrating the utmost respect for the residents no matter what their condition is.
- Client Specific Needs – Training is specific to the client group served and includes the physical, social and mental health needs of the client group, characteristics of the client group served, activities, safety risks, environmental considerations, disease processes, communication skills, nutritional needs, and vocational abilities.