Do you work with Latino seniors and need tools to increase your service delivery approach? What approach to use, person or family-centered? This training is designed to provide professionals in the aging field with tools to address culturally responsive service delivery to Latino seniors in the new world of service plans, care plans, and life plans.
While the United States has elected a new president and the Colorado legislature has started a new session with some new faces and some returning veterans, many seniors and their families are calling to ask how these changes may affect their lives. The short answer. We don’t know. The current efforts are to change federal programs either through the budget …
Although Colorado has experienced a very mild fall, many of us will soon be turning on our furnace as we experience cooler temperatures. For some people, heating our home in the winter can be very expensive. Starting November 1, 2016 and running through April 30, 2017, individuals whose monthly income is less than $1634 per month ($2203 for a couple) …
On July 1, 2016, medical professionals, counselors, spiritual leaders, financial organizations, social workers, law enforcement agencies and many other occupations become mandatory reporters of elder abuse. Learn about your responsibilities and how to comply with the new law.
Make sure your assisted living residence is ready for your next survey with a compliant, practical quality management plan. Learn best practices, how to develop a plan and requirements from the state.
Network North is a free, public meeting targeted to professionals in the field of aging, with a focus on the northern Denver metro area.
The Senior Issues Briefing is a monthly networking and information meeting directed towards Denver metro area professionals.
The Assisted Living Administrator Training is required for licensure of all assisted living facilities in Colorado. Trainings are offered on a quarterly basis.