Digital Education Series

You’re invited to these free upcoming webinars.

Make an Impression: Senior Living Design Trends

Creating an extraordinary impression is more than just selecting the right furnishings and fabrics – it means creating a space that elevates the everyday experience for your residents and staff. Interior design, technology design and foodservice design all play a role in improving wellness for your staff and residents as well as increasing the marketability of your community. In this webinar, our Senior Living design, construction and renovation experts will share how you can adapt the latest trends in your community.

Please see the learning objectives below:

  1. Understand how first impressions are impacted by the latest design trends, including hospitality elements, locally inspired design and the use of color in Senior Living.
  2. Identify how to create engaging dining spaces through the use of new technologies and dynamic designs.
  3. Recognize how thoughtfully designed staff spaces can improve staff satisfaction and efficiency.
  4. Learn how the integration of interior design and technology can help promote independence for residents.

This webinar also includes 1.0 complimentary Administrator CEU approved by the NAB or 1.0 contact hour approved by the IDCEC. If you would like to receive credit, please register each individual person attending the webinar.

July

15

Wednesday,
July 15

1:00 – 2:00 pm CT

Presenters:

Heather Furness

Design Consultant II
Direct Supply

James Jansen

Senior Product Manager
Direct Supply

How Activity-Dependent Neural Plasticity Principles Drive Therapeutic Change and Lead to Improved Functional Outcomes in Central Nervous System Disorders

In recent decades, neural plasticity has been widely accepted as a common occurrence among researchers and clinicians alike. Incorporating activity-dependent neural plasticity principles in therapy drives the Central Nervous System (CNS) to change and adapt following injury, leading to improved functional outcomes. This course will discuss the well-researched activity-dependent principles driving neural plasticity that guide therapists in the treatment of their patients with CNS impairments. This course will briefly touch upon the current state of clinical therapy practice as it relates to those principles. Lastly, this course will review technology– and non-technology-based solutions thatincorporate those principles and the importance of outcome-based test measures that coincide with treatment.  

Read below for the primary learning objectives:

  • Define three activity-dependent principles that drive neural plasticity in Central Nervous System (CNS) disorders.  
  • Find research that supports each of the activity-dependent principles discussed in this course that drive neural plasticity.
  • Describe common therapy practices in the clinic that may not induce CNS changes required to achieve optimal patient function.
  • Identify technology- and non-technology-based solutions used in clinics that incorporate these principles.
  • Evaluate the importance of outcome-based test measures.

This webinar also includes 1.0 complimentary Administrator CEU approved by the NAB, 1.0 Nursing Contact Hour, 1.0 Occupational Therapy Contact Hour and 1.0 Physical Therapy Contact Hour. If you would like to receive credit, please register each individual person attending the webinar.

July

23

Thursday,
July 23

1:00 – 2:00 pm CT

Presenter:

David J. Wilcox

Clinical Educator for Biodex Medical Systems

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Join Kenneth Daily, LNHA & Life Safety and Emergency Preparedness Specialist, as he reviews the COVID-19 CMS Focused Survey mandate and the seven critical sections included, how Senior Living providers have responded so far, transmission-based precautions, COVID emergency preparedness and much more. He will share his thoughts on best practices, planning and preparedness, as well as how facility leaders can rise to the challenge assisting staff and residents in navigating these challenging times.