Education | 800 South Street, Waltham
Mar 20, 2020 09:00am - Mar 20, 2020 12:30pm

Due to the growing concerns presented by COVID-19 (the coronavirus) and out of an abundance of caution for nursing facility staff, MassCAP has cancelled its MassCAP Spring Workshop “Trauma Informed Care (F699): Scope, Impact and How to Survive” scheduled for Friday, March 20, 2020 at the Mass Senior Care office in Waltham. All payments will be refunded in the manner it was received. Please call the Mass Senior Care Association office at 617-558-0202 if you have any questions.

 

 

 

CANCELLED: MASSACHUSETTS COUNCIL OF ACTIVITY PROFESSIONALS
800 South Street, Suite 280
Waltham, MA 02453
617-558-0202
www.theMassCAP.org

MassCAP Spring Workshop – Friday, March 20, 2020  
“Trauma Informed Care (F699): Scope, Impact and How to Survive”
Presented by Cassandra Tribe-Scott, Mdiv, MSHA, MBA, LNHA, LSS-MB
8:30am-9:00am MassCAP Business Meeting
9:00am-12:30pm Workshop
Mass Senior Care Office, Waltham, MA

3 contact hours

$60.00 Members fee $75.00 Non-member fee

Program description: When CMS moved Trauma Informed Care from 483.20 (Resident Assessment) into 483.25 (Quality of Care) and issued a new F-Tag (F699) in the final year of the RoP changes it signified a radical evolution in the expectations of CMS for the culture and care provided in Medicare and Medicaid services. Using a fast paced, exercise and example style, Cassandra first explains the expanded universe now covered by 483.25 and then discusses tools and methods to help facilities meet and document the continuous improvement requirement. Nursing, Activities, Physical Plant, Social Services, Dietary, Business and Administration practices are all affected by the new scope for this section. Approaches for all are explained, demonstrated and discussed.

Topic Objectives:
-Attendees will understand the origin and scope of F699 (effective 11/28/2019).
-Define and understand the interdependency of F699 and associated F-tags.
-Attendees will understand the prominence of the six associated F-tags in the new state survey process.
-Attendees will understand how to use the facility assessment tool associated with F699 to gain compliance.
-Attendees will gain competency in developing a facility plan using to monitor, maintain and demonstrate practices during survey periods.

*Please feel free to share this flyer with other members of your facility’s Interdisciplinary Team (Social Services, Dietary, etc.)  Other disciplines are welcome to attend at the non-member rate.

Registration deadline: March 13 , 2020 – Please register soon – SPACE IS LIMITED NO WALK-INS WILL BE ACCEPTED!

Directions will be sent with confirmation email

Make checks payable to:
Massachusetts Council of Activity Professionals (MassCAP)
Mail registration form and [ayment to:
MassCAP,  c/o Massachusetts Senior Care Association, 800 South Street, Suite 280, Waltham, MA 02453.