Below is a listing of the courses offered in the In Services and Orientation module. With these courses, you can:

– Assign courses by facility, department, specified position or to an individual. 

– View quick and easy reports of the results

– Access the most up to date and peer reviewed content

We believe in the power of education, so we do not put a limit on usage. You can assign as many courses as your facility can manage each month for the low cost of:

SNF In-Service and Orientation: $2,400 per year per facility (unlimited employees)

ALF In-Service and Orientation $1,600 per year
per facility (unlimited employees)

RCF In-Service and Orientation $1,000 per year per facility (unlimited employees) 

There are no charges for each course taken.


SNF/ICF Direct Care Staff In-Service

This is a series of courses which are designed to meet the federally required annual in-service requirements for direct, hands-on care staff and Staff Developments Commitment to Person-Centered Care. These contain all the required in-service topics which will leave time for the facility to concentrate in-house in-services on facility specific projects.

– Abuse & Neglect, Employee Disqualification List 

– Abuse and Neglect in Long Term Care Situations 

– Ambulation Assistance 

– Avoiding HIPAA Violations in Social Media 

– Avoiding Medication Errors in LTC

– Bathing the Resident 

– Bedmaking Behavior Management 

– Bloodborne Pathogen Bowel and Bladder Retraining 

– Building a Nutritional Program in LTC 

– Caring for the Resident with Dementia

– Communication and Interpersonal Skills

– Corporate Compliance in LTC

– Customer Service 101

– Death and Dying

– Dressing and Grooming

– Emergency Preparedness- Building evacuation

– Emergency Preparedness- Protect in Place

– Emergency Responses Fall Prevention and Management

– Fall Reduction Programs Feeding the Resident

– Fine dining and Customer Service

– Fire Prevention- Portable Fire Extinguishers

– Fire Prevention- Response to a Fire 

– Fire Safety 

– Fire Safety and Prevention 

– Food Service in the LTC Setting

– General Safety Measures 

– Handwashing

– Hazardous Communication

– High Alert/High Risk Medication Management in LTC 


– HIPAA Confidentiality Identity Theft in the LTC Setting

– Improving Dementia Care

– Improving Palliative Care

– Infection Control

– Lock Out Tag Out

– LTC Environment and Call Lights

– Managing Resident Care to Prevent Unnecessary Hospitalization

– Mandatory Reporting of Crimes in LTC Elder Abuse Law

– Medication Actions and Interactions

– Non Harrassment Training

– Nutritional Intake

– Oral Care for the Resident

– Perineal Care Personal Care for the Resident

– Person-Centered Care and Social Model of Care

– Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers

– Principals & Concepts of the Assisted Living Facility

– Privacy & Dignity: Bathing the Resident with Dementia

– Promoting & Encouraging Independence

– QAPI- A Step by Step Guide to Implementing

– Quality Assurance 

– Range of Motion Exercises

– Reducing Restraints in Long Terms Care Facilities

– Resident Rights

– Resident Rights & Abuse /Neglect

– Restorative Nursing

– Severe Weather Safety and Tornado Precautions

– Side Rails in LTC Slips, trips and falls

– Standard Positioning

– The Danger of Dehydration in LTC Facilities

– Toileting

– Transfer Procedures

– Turning and Repositioning

– Urinary Tract Infections

– Violence in the Work Place

– Wheelchair Seating and Positioning

– Working with the Alzheimer’s Patient in a Long Term Care Facility

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