Resident Care Coordinator Training11/3/20201pm11/5/20204pm
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and recommendations from the Governor of Oregon, OHCA is preparing to deliver the content of this course to registrants virtually (online). Each day will consist of self-study, online coursework, and 3-hour virtual training.
This course is an 18-hour training program and features a combination of live webinar training, online learning, and reading material. Even though this program is being held virtually, please plan to spend 18-20 hours completing this program, just as you would if you attended this program in person. You may begin your reading and online learning at any time.
Each Day Schedule
9:00 a.m. – Noon: Pre-reading and online learning modules
Noon– 1:00 p.m.: BREAK
1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.: Live webinar instruction with daily instructor
To get the best experience from this virtual training, we recommend that you find a quiet place, free from disruption. If possible, inform co-workers of your participating in this class and ask that they minimize interruptions, so that you may fully focus on your coursework.
Your certificate of completion/CEU form will be emailed out within 2 weeks of completion of all portions of this course. OHCA will verify that we have received all the necessary assignments before emailing your certificate. Online learning modules must be completed and turned in to OHCA within 2 weeks of completing the event.
This three-day intensive orientation to the roles and responsibilities of the resident care coordinator/manager in community-based care will benefit both new and experienced assisted living and residential care professionals. The purpose of this course is to familiarize the learner with the role of the resident care coordinator and the skills needed to perform this role. Pertinent regulations and processes will be examined. The course engages the learner in service plan development, the elements of a safe medication system, change of condition and monitoring requirements, abuse and neglect reporting, and quality improvement practices.
- Explain the role of the resident care coordinator in the residential care and assisted living setting
- Identify and discuss regulations pertinent to resident care and services
- Distinguish between a complete and incomplete service plan
- Recognize the elements of a safe medication system
- Examine change of condition and monitoring procedures
- Discuss abuse and neglect reporting requirements
- Describe quality improvement practices