Accession Number AVA21573-DVD8
Title Hand in Hand: A Training Series for Nursing Homes on Person-Centered Care of Persons with Dementia and Prevention of Abuse.
Publication Date 2012
Media Count 8DVDs
Personal Author N/A
Abstract Section 6121 of the Affordable Care Act requires CMS to ensure that nurse aides receive regular training on caring for residents with dementia and on preventing abuse. CMS, supported by a team of instructional designers and subject matter experts, created Hand in Hand, to address the annual requirement for nurse aide training on these important topics. Person-centerd care is an approach to care that focuses on residents as individuals and supports caregives working most closely with them. It involves a continual process of listening, testing new approaches, and changing routines and organizational approaches in an effort to individualize and de-institutionalize the care environment. Person-centered care is the central theme of the Hand in Hand training.
Keywords Adult abuse
Caregivers
Dementia
Elderly persons
Long term care
Mental disorders
Nursing aides
Nursing homes
Training programs
 
Source Agency Department of Health and Human Services, General - Audiovisual
NTIS Subject Category 57E - Clinical Medicine
92C - Social Concerns
44K - Health Services
44P - Health Education & Manpower Training
Corporate Author Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Baltimore, MD.
Document Type Audiovisual
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1308
Contract Number N/A

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