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2018 Conference on Ministry with the Aging
June 5

IMDA’s Education Event: Infection Control in Post-Acute & Long-Term Care
When: Saturday, May 19th, 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM
Where: Community Hospital North, 7250 Clearvista Dr., Indianapolis, IN 46256
Registration: coming soon
Admission:  $50 per attendee, payable at the event.  Free admission for students/residents (MD/DO/NP/Nurse)
Speakers and Topics:
  Christian Cheatham PharmD  - Medications for Infection
  Derek Tennenhouse MD – Wound Care & Infection Control
  Matthew Wack MD- Drug-Resistant Organisms
Questions:  Contact
Liz Culp
IMDA- The Indiana Society for Post Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine

7th Annual Indiana Healthcare Emergency Preparedness Symposium
September 27

Indiana Health Care Foundation Long Term Care Annual Scholarship Opportunities
These scholarships are available to ALL employees and students currently working in long term care or interested in working in long term care, regardless of their employer’s membership affiliation. Read here for more details. You can find all guidelines and application forms on our website by clicking here.

The Healthcare Secotry Emergency Preparedness
The FEMA Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response’s Division of National Healthcare Preparedness Programs has developed a one-day, 8 hour Health Sector Emergency Preparedness Course. Click here for more information. 

Northern Indiana: May 21
Central Indiana: May 23
Southern Indiana: May 25

Indiana Family and Social Services Administration Division of Aging is now offering Person Centered Thinking © (PCT) training to providers across the state.  PCT is a two-day curriculum that teaches a set of person centered skills and tools that reinforce values that support choice, direction, and control, as well as listening and problem solving.  The training is appropriate for all agency staff. We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity!  Space is limited—please sign up today.

Each training is two days.  Participants must attend both days.  Sessions 1 and 2 offer the training on non-consecutive days, while sessions 3 and 4 offer the training on consecutive days.  Trainings are offered at multiple locations around the state.

To register, please send an email with your first and last name, your title, and provider name to

Please note, you will receive a confirmation email noting you are registered.

Training Session 4
Dates: Tuesday-Wednesday, May 22-23, 2018
Location: Vincennes University, Student Union, Sackville Rooms I and II, 1002 N. 1st Vincennes, IN 47591
Time: 9:00am to 4:00pm each day (registration beginning at 8:30am)
Capacity: 60

We are in the midst of embedding person centered practices in our system. We began the training in August 2016 with the AAA Case Managers and/or Options Counselors. The training is facilitated by National Certified Mentor Trainers Leigh Ann Kingsbury and Diana Caldwell. DA is also training trainers within Indiana to sustain this training program in the future. The curriculum for this training is created and supported by The Learning Community for Person Centered Practices (TLPCP). To learn more, please visit their website:


Advanced Education in Wound Care
for Long Term Care Professionals

The Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH) is sponsoring Wound Care training to help long term care professionals in Indiana prevent pressure ulcers and implement effective wound care.  

Who should attend: Long term care professionals who are interested in pressure ulcer prevention and wound care

Trainer:   Wound Care Education Institute® (WCEI)

Delivery Mode:  Four-day, face-to-face training course. Class is 8 am - 4:30 pm Monday and 9 am – 4:30 pm Tuesday - Thursday.

Content:  This skin and wound management course offers an evidence-based approach to skin and wound management. The curriculum was developed using current standards of care practices. Taught by dynamic wound care certified instructors, students can expect to be engaged in an interactive environment.

Credential: This course offers in-depth training for clinicians interested in advancing their knowledge and skills and will prepare candidates for the Wound Care Certified (WCC®) certification examination. Wound Care Education Institute® (WCEI) is the official course provider for the WCC® board certification. For more details about who can pursue the credential, please click the registration link below.

CEUs: 22.75 CEUs are available for Nurses, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Doctors, Administrators and Social Workers.

Cost:  $100 for the 4-day training

Indianapolis NORTH: Monday – Thursday, May 14-17, 2018
Columbus: Monday - Thursday, June 18-21, 2018

Click here to register for any of these courses.

For more information:
Contact Kennedy Doyle, Project Coordinator, University of Indianapolis Center for Aging & Community at or (317) 791-5920.



 Silverchair Learning Systems, Essential Learning, and Care2Learn are now Relias Learning. Discover the benefits of them coming together as one team. [click here]


As referral sources scrutinize the clinical outcomes of their post-acute partners, it raises a critical question for all providers in skilled nursing, assisted living, and home care & hospice:
Is your staff ready to perform in the world of “pay for performance”?
Utilize our New Rehospitalization Courses
Prevent and Reduce rehospitalization rates in your post-acute care organization with Relias Learning’s Advanced Clinical Skills library. This selection of training connects staff to over 50 courses addressing the common diagnoses associated with rehospitalization including:
  • Congestive Heart Failure (CHF)
  • Myocardial Infarction (MI)
  • Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)
  • Lower Respiratory Infections
  • Sepsis
The Advanced Clinical Skills library also has a comprehensive set of rapid review courses to demonstrate and assess procedural care techniques needed to reduce rehospitalization.
Reducing rehospitalization rates is important to most senior care organizations. Post-acute care providers interested in learning more about Relias Learning’s expansive Advanced Clinical Skills library can click below for more information.






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