This is a one (1) contact hour training module that is self-paced and intended for Direct Care Workers in Assisted Living settings. We will define what a restraint is in the context of assisted living homes and describe some of the risks associated with restraint use. We will focus on residents with dementia because they are more likely to be restrained. We will discuss alternatives to restraints to address falls, wandering, and agitation which are common issues related to dementia. There are several videos and handouts as part of the presentation. We will also be providing a pre- and post-test mirroring the objectives as well as a short evaluation form.
Developed as the Capstone Project by students at the UAA School of Nursing to meet the need for more education for staff and persons working with individuals in Assisted Living Home (ALH) settings.
Register online at https://aktclms.org/Training/Class/102711.
Alaska Training Cooperative Remote-Learner Portal: Specific training materials are available online. Please go to https://ttclms.remote-learner.net 15 minutes after registration is completed to access these materials. Login with the same username and password used when registering for this training. Access is not available until registration has been completed.
Upon completion you will receive a certificate and be awarded 1 contact training hour in your AKTCLMS e-Portfolio!