Guide to Best Practice: Behavior Management in Long-term CareSource: GeroServices, Inc.
It contains systematic guidance for the facility Administrator, Director of Nursing, Director of Social Services and the Staff Education Coordinator to clarify and simplify their respective roles in program development, staff training and follow through.
Designed to minimize the need for external expertise, the guide was written by consultants who have assisted over 100 facilities design and develop effective behavior management programs for long-term care.
- Save Time and Money
- Risk Management
- Improve Staff Confidence and Competence
- Improve Quality of Care
- Reduce Survey Exposure
The Guide to Best Practice: Behavior Management in Long-term Care is used with the following companion products:
- Behavior Management System: Policy and Procedure Wizard
Behavior Management in Long-term Care: Basic Course
Behavior Management in Long-term Care: Advanced Course
Behavior Management Program Promotion Material
Distance Support Options
GeroServices, Inc., 235 Sunridge Rd, Pittsburgh, PA 15217. Tel: 412-421-7400; Fax: 412-421-7410.