Trauma Informed Care: What Is It and Is My Facility Prepared?
October 21, 2019
Mass Senior Care Office, Waltham
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
(Registration begins at 8:30 am)
Trauma-informed care is a Phase 3 requirement set forth in the CMS Requirements of Participation which becomes effective November 28, 2019. Adverse life events–including adverse childhood events (ACEs)–can affect us throughout our lifespan. As the number of these events increases, so does the risk for negative health and diminished well-being. For these individuals, the incorporation of trauma-informed approaches is an essential part of person-centered care.
This workshop will provide an overview of the regulatory requirements related to trauma informed care and provide tools to assist facilities in meeting these requirements as well as the needs of their residents.
At the conclusion of this seminar, participants will:
•Understand the origin and scope of F699 (effective 11/28/2019).
•Define and understand the interdependency of F699 and associated F-tags.
•Understand the prominence of the 6 associated F-tags in the new state survey process.
•Understand how to use the facility assessment tool associated with F699 to gain compliance.
•Gain competency in developing a facility plan to monitor, maintain and demonstrate practices during survey periods.
Cassandra Tribe-Scott, Sunlight Consulting, is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator who consults on the implementation of Lean processes and trauma-informed care practice in nursing homes, hospitals, and behavioral health systems.
Target Audiences: Administrators, DONs, Staff Development
Meeting room capacity is 64 people. If interest exceeds capacity, we will consider adding an afternoon program on the same day from 1pm – 4pm.
CEUs – 3.0
3 CEUs will be awarded for nurses and nursing home administrators. The Massachusetts Senior Care Association has qualified for “deemed status #NH-09015-007” from the Board of Registration of Nursing Home Administrators for Administrators. This program also meets continuing education requirements for Nurses in Massachusetts. All paid registrants will receive a certificate of attendance.
Fees: (Must be paid in full prior to attending seminar)
$ 80 - Mass Senior Care Association Member
$160 - Non-member
Mass Senior Care must be notified in writing no later than 48 hours prior to the start of the seminar for a credit of equal amount to be issued to your Mass Senior Care account. No refunds will be given. “No Show” attendees will be billed at the full registration fee. Cancellations should be emailed to email@example.com.
Massachusetts Senior Care Association
800 South Street, Suite 280
Waltham, MA 02453
Use the parking garage to the left of the building. Take a left in the garage to access the upper levels. There are ample handicapped parking spaces located directly in front of the building’s main entrance. Please do not park in marked reserved spaces.