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Calendar of Events for 2019 

Current Workshops

Defining the Future of Assisted Living
Thursday, September 19, 2019

Moore Norman Technology Center – South Penn Location

Approved by NAB for 6 Hours CEU credit for each seminar

Just over 20 years ago, assisted living became a reality in Oklahoma. Over the years this segment of aging services has experienced tremendous growth and change. This program will take a look at the landscape, then, now, and what is on the horizon. Providers need to position their community for the next generation of consumers. Experts will share experiences from the past and insights for the future.  Your organization should have a fresh vision for the future to maintain your position in today’s market. Join us to explore the possibilities!

Sessions to include:

  • A Look at the Evolution of Assisted Living, from a Regulatory Perspective
  • The Intersect of Hospitality and Assisted Living
  • Developing a Resident-Centered Workforce
  • Resident-Focused Enhancements for the Physical Environment
  • Resident-Directed Care in Assisted Living
  • Strategic Planning to Position Your Community for the Next Generation of Consumers

Registration

Early Registration:           $80 (CEUs included)
Late Registration:            $100 (CEUs included)

Registrations must be received by September 5 to receive the early registration rate.

Printable brochure.

Online registration form.

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Webinar – MDS Updates: October 2019 RAI Manual Updates

Monday, September 23, 2019
2:00 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.

The PPS MDS 3.0 has been significantly revised to classify Medicare residents into the new Patient Driven Payment Model (PDPM) effective October 1, 2019. This webinar will introduce the new MDS items and identify existing items that have been added to the PPS item set and the new interim payment assessment. Our MDS expert will clarify new and revised coding instructions per the new RAI User’s Manual.

By the completion of the presentation, attendees will:

  • Recognize the new PDPM Assessment Schedule.
  • Examine the process and impact for late PPS assessments.
  • Summarize RAI guidance for the PPS interrupted stay.
  • Describe the coding instruction and significance of revisions to sections A, C, D, GG, I, and J.
  • Identify the new MDS item Section J Patient Surgical History.

Judy Wilhide Brandt, RN, BA, CPC, QCP, RAC-MT, DNS-CT, Principal, Wilhide Consulting, Inc., Virginia Beach, VA

Judy Wilhide Brandt has more than 25 years in positions of increasing responsibility in nursing facilities as a nurse manager, executive, state surveyor, RAI manager for Virginia, and consultant.  She is a master teacher for AANAC and a national expert on matters relating to the MDS and the prospective payment system.  She is a certified professional coder in a unique position to explain ICD-10 coding for a skilled nursing facility under PDPM.  She is the LeadingAge MDS Expert and principal of Wilhide Consulting based in Virginia Beach, VA, serving clients nationwide.

Who Should Attend

Administrators, Directors of Nursing, Resident Care Managers, MDS Coordinators, Quality Improvement Staff, and other staff responsible for completing the MDS 3.0.

Registration Information & Fees

Fees are per connection at a facility.  Registration instructions and handout materials will be sent to the contact person listed on the registration 1-2 days prior to the program.

Early Registration (by September 10) $60
Late Registration $75

Registration fee includes electronic handout and one connection to the live webinar.  A recording of this webinar is not included in the registration fee.

No-shows will be billed.  No refunds for failure to log-in at the time of the event. Substitutions welcome anytime via email. 

Registrations must be received by September 10 to receive the early registration rate.  Cancellations received prior to September 10 will receive credit, less a $20 processing fee.  Cancellations received prior to September 17 will receive 50% credit.

LeadingAge Oklahoma reserves the right to cancel the program due to insufficient enrollment in which case pre-registered participants will be notified and full refunds provided.  All cancellation and substitution requests must be emailed to Shannon Smith (Shannon@LeadingAgeOK.org).

Questions?

Contact Shannon at 405-262-5262 or email Shannon@LeadingAgeOK.org

Online registration form.

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Ignite
Engage…Educate…Inspire

Thursday, October 10, 2019
Lyric Theater, 1727 NW 16th St., OKC

Approved by NAB for 6 Hours CEU credit

www.LeadingAgeOK.org

Long term care professionals are invited to join us for an engaging day of education, thought provoking discussion, and an opportunity to discover the possibilities to advance the long term care profession. The event will connect providers from across the state to address key topics that will drive operations now and in the future. This program will share timely updates and offer opportunities for engagement on issues and ideas to drive successful operations. Don’t miss out on this special event to network with your peers and be a part of the possibilities for the long term care profession. Sessions include:

  • Driving Quality Improvement with Enhanced Funding
  • A Plan for Aging in Oklahoma – The Possibilities for the Future
  • Nursing Home Quality Improvement – A Focus on Survey and Staffing
  • Strategic Technology Planning to Advance Your Operations
  • The Value of Staff Engagement – Avoiding Liability
  • New Pharmacy Requirements for Nursing Facilities
  • Ignite the Possibilities for the Future of Long Term Care

Registration Fees

Due to the special pricing of this event, register early! Space is limited and registration is on a first-come basis.

  • Early Registration:  $25 (includes $15 lunch voucher)
  • Late Registration:  $50 (includes $15 lunch voucher)

Registrations must be received by Sept. 13 to receive the $25 early registration rate. Late Registration, if space is available, is $50. Includes $15 voucher for lunch in the Plaza District: Cancellations: Substitutions are accepted.

Online registration form.  

Printable brochure.

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Activity Director & Social Services Directors Course
Calendar of Training for 2019

SAVE THE DATE

An investment in… QUALITY OF LIFE

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Oklahoma City Airport
4501 SW 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73108
Phone: (405) 609-6690

Early Registration fee (at least two weeks prior to the beginning of the course:)  $425

LeadingAge Oklahoma is proud to offer an exceptional educational experience to qualify an individual to serve as an Activity Director or Social Services Director of a licensed nursing facility, assisted living community or an adult day health center.  For those currently serving in these positions, it will provide an opportunity to reinforce their skills and gain important education to enable them to be more effective in improving quality of life in senior care communities.

This program has been approved by the Oklahoma State Department of Health and those completing the 5-day course qualify to serve as an Activity Director and/or Social Services Director.  See printable brochure for additional course information and to learn more about this opportunity.

What makes our program Outstanding?

Our five-day program is taught exclusively by a Nationally Certified Activities Consultant with over 25 years of experience and has been recognized as the leading resource of exceptional training for this discipline for long-term care in Oklahoma.

LeadingAge Oklahoma – Providing Education that will Make a Difference!

For information, email Inquiry@leadingageok.org 

Special rate of $109 is available at the Holiday Inn Express OKC 
4501 SW 15th Street, Oklahoma City, OK  73108, 405-609-6690.  
Call the hotel directly and ask for the LeadingAge Oklahoma rate.

Printable Registration Form 

Printable Brochure

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Previous Workshops

PDPM Revealed
Prepare for PDPM Now: An Interactive Workshop for Leaders
Wednesday, July 10, 2019

PPDPM Prepare and Prevail:  An interactive workshop for MDS Staff and Clinical Leaders 
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC

Phase 3 Requirements of Participation
-A plan for successful implementation and compliance
June 20, 2019
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC

MDS Boot Camp
Newly Revised MDS 3.0 Manual Update and Coding Instructions
Wednesday, May 22, 2019
Francis Tuttle Technology Center, Reno Campus, OKC

A New Operations Paradigm
Driving Sustainable Quality Improvement
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC

Changing Skills Across the Progression of Dementia:
How OUR Communication and Care Can Change
Thursday, April 25, 2019
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC

Introduction to PDPM: 2-Part Webinar Series
Introduction to PDPM
Thursday, January 10, 2019  1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. CT
Webinar:  Introduction to ICD-10 Coding
Thursday, January 24, 2019  1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. CT

Activity Director & Social Services Directors Course
Calendar of Training for 2018
November 5-9, 2018   
Holiday Inn Express & Suites Oklahoma City Airport
4501 SW 15th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73108

Operational Challenges and Leadership Responses to MDS 3.0 Data and Payment Changes
Monday, October 15, 2018
Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association
420 East Britton Road • Oklahoma City, OK 73114

MDS 3.0 – Operationalizing the Changes and New Updates to the Manual
Tuesday,  October 16, 2018
Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association
420 East Britton Road • Oklahoma City, OK 73114

Assisted Living Provider Training
Person-Centered Care in Assisted Living: Preparing for the New, Informed Consumer
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Embassy Suites Downtown Medical Center

Senior Housing Forum-Housing Issues and Insights
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Metro Technology Center, OKC

Foundations of Person-Centered Dementia Care
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC
Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Developing & Sustaining Employee Engagement
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC
Monday, September 17, 2018

Nursing Home Updates: Timely Topics for Operational Success
Thursday, August 16, 2018
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC


MDS 3.0:  Critical Issues and Updates

Thursday, August 9, 2018
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC

Workforce Solutions:  Staying Power Workforce Summit
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC

Driving Your Operations to Quality Outcomes
A Roadmap for Successful Survey Compliance and Quality Care
May 17, 2018
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus

Dementia Care – Resources and Practices to Advance Your Care
Thursday, April 19, 2018
Moore-Norman Technology Center, South Penn Campus, OKC

 

 

 

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