Assisted Living Administrator Lunch and Learn Webinar Series

This five-part webinar series will provide up-to-date and essential knowledge for administrators of assisted living communities. Troubleshooting common real-life aspects of assisted living administration will be reviewed. Topics include utilizing AI, budgeting, regulations and resources, leadership and coaching, and emergency preparedness.

 

Assisted Living Administrator Lifesaver Lunch and Learn Webinar Series

February 22, 2024 | 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. CT

March 7, 2024 | 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. CT

March 21, 2024 | 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. CT

March 28, 2024 | 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. CT

April 18, 2024 | 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m. CT

Location: Virtual

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Content: Register for individual webinars via the links below or save when you register for the five-part bundle on this page.

February 22 | Generative AI - The Dawn of a New Age for Assisted Living | Generative AI has captured the attention of the world to a degree that can best be described as unprecedented. From the phenom known as ChatGPT to art generators like Midjourney, this incredibly versatile technology is becoming increasingly capable. This has triggered a private sector stampede (or gold rush of sorts) whose goal is to integrate Generative AI into virtually all aspects of our daily lives. The first part of this webinar is a general overview of Generative AI with an emphasis on how quickly this technology is evolving. The second part of the webinar will explore how technologies like ChatGPT could be used to facilitate the creation of policies, procedures, and other aspects integral to assisted living.

March 7 | Budgeting 101 | In this webinar, attendees will learn the mechanics of developing and maintaining a budget. Common mistakes and their best practices will be discussed. This webinar will review how to implement an effective financial management system.

March 21| Five Traits of Highly Successful Leaders in Long-Term Care | Effective leadership is critical to the success of an assisted living facility. This webinar will discuss five traits to be a successful leader. This includes being an effective communicator, building conflict resolution skills, motivating staff with skilled people management, and developing the ability to strategically think and foster adaptability. 

March 28 | Responding to an Emergent Event | Pandemics, floods, snowstorms, and tornados have all impacted assisted living facilities in recent years. In this session, attendees will learn how to develop skills in emergency preparedness. The importance of identifying hazards and resources to create emergency plans will be discussed.  

April 18 | Hot Topics in Regulations and Resources | In this session, attendees will review hot topics in assisted living regulations. Best practices to remain in compliance will be discussed. Additional resources to track regulations and maintain compliance will be shared.

Objectives: At the completion of the training, the participant will be able to: 

  1. Define how ChatGPT can be used to analyze data and understand challenges faced by the assisted living industry
  2. Describe the essential components of building a budget
  3. Identify the difference between a normal role and a disaster role as an administrator
  4. Identity hot topics currently affecting assisted living facilities

Audience: This program is appropriate for administrators, owners, directors, and team leaders in assisted living communities.

Facilitator: Connie Knorr, RN, BSN, Curriculum Development and Learning Manager

Format: Virtual only. An internet connection is required. NHCA uses Zoom as the webinar platform. You may participate from any computer and most mobile devices that have internet access. However, to receive full credit, you must be logged into the Zoom app through your computer or mobile device. Visit zoom.us/test to test if your computer is ready for a Zoom session and to download the latest application. The audio portion of this webinar is run through the computer rather than a phone line. A computer with external speakers or headset is needed; a microphone and/or webcam is required. Questions for the instructor can be asked through chat and Q&A functions in the Zoom app. If you need technical assistance, please call 402-435-3551 or email [email protected]

Registration Information: Registration includes the full five-part webinar series. If you wish to confirm your registration, call the NHCA office at 402-435-3551. 

Registration Fee (continuing education credit included): Member   Non-Member
 Full Five-Part Webinar Series $200   $400
 Per Individual Webinar $50   $100

 

CE Credit: 3.75 hours of continuing education are available for attending the full series. Please defer to your licensing board or agency to ensure courses taken meet your license requirements.

Handouts: Prior to the program, registrants will receive an email with links to view the handouts. Webinar recordings will be made available following the completion of the series.

Evaluations: Please provide feedback on the course by completing the evaluation. A link to the online evaluation will be emailed to registrants.

Cancellation Policy: Substitution, cancellation, and refund policies can be found at this link.

Liability Release Statement: Photographs are taken during Nebraska Health Care Association events for use in media releases, newsletters, nehca.org, and social media. By registering for this event, you grant NHCA the right to use your name and photograph for such purposes.

When
2/22/2024 12:00 PM - 4/18/2024 12:45 PM
Central Standard Time
Where
NE UNITED STATES
Sign in or create an account to register Registration ends 4/18/2024 12:00 PM
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