Texas Assisted Living Manager Training 16 Hours –
Training in management of assisted living facilities
|HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
|HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMISSION
|LICENSING STANDARDS FOR ASSISTED LIVING FACILITIES
|STANDARDS FOR LICENSURE
|Standards for Type A and Type B Assisted Living Facilities
A manager must have completed at least one educational course on the management of assisted living facilities, which must include information on the assisted living standards; resident characteristics (including dementia), resident assessment and skills working with residents; basic principles of management; food and nutrition services; federal laws, with an emphasis on the Americans with Disability Act’s accessibility requirements; community resources; ethics, and financial management. (i) The course must be at least 24 hours in length. (I) Eight hours of training on the assisted living standards must be completed within the first three months of employment. (II) The 24-hour training requirement may not be met through in-services at the facility but may be met through structured, formalized classes, correspondence courses, training videos, distance learning programs, or off-site training courses.
This 16 Hour Training Course is designed to meet the Texas Assisted Living Manager course requirements. This is a live class taught over an online meeting and will cover the following topics over (2) 8-hour days.
- Assisted living standards
- Resident characteristics (including dementia),
- Resident assessment and skills working with residents;
- Basic principles of management;
- Food and nutrition services;
- Federal laws, with an emphasis on the Americans with Disability Act’s accessibility requirements;
- Community resources;
- Ethics, and
- Financial management.
Instructors: Sheryl Stockstill and Kalei Stockstill