Friday April 26, 2019
Holiday Inn – St. Cloud, MN
Schedule of Events
8:15–9:00 a.m. Registration & Refreshments
9:00–12:15 p.m. Trauma Informed Care and the Activity Professional
10:30–10:45 a.m. Networking Break
12:20-1:15 p.m. Lunch (included in registration fee)
1:15-1:45 p.m. Ask the Expert Panel – What Do We Really Need to Know
1:45-3:15 p.m. Supportive Documentation for the Comprehensive Care Plan
This seminar qualifies for 5 continuing education credits.
See below for morning and afternoon session descriptions.
Handouts will be available April 17th.
$125.00 before April 17, 2019
$150.00 after April 17, 2019.
SPEAKER: Catherine “Cat” Selman
Educator, Motivator, Communicator, Consultant, Author, Catherine R. Selman uses her dynamic personality and compelling presence to spread the message of positive continuing education for healthcare professionals. A seasoned lecturer, Cat has more than 30 years of experience in management, social work, activities/recreation, education and consultation.
Trauma Informed Care and the Activity Professional
Presented by Catherine Selman
Phase 3 of the requirements of participation is focused on meeting the behavioral health needs of our residents. This session will address the role of the Activity Professional in trauma informed care. Participants will be able to apply person-centered interventions to meet the needs of older adults experiencing trauma while living in their facilities.
Ask the Expert- What Do We Really Need to Know?
Moderated by Pamela Hayle
This mini-session will provide a quick review of current survey trends in activities and other regulatory focus points. The session will provide a brief brain-storming session on educational needs for the activity professional for the future. The ideas and topics from this brain storming session will be integrated in the planning of the 2019 fall conference sessions and the “Ask the Experts Panel” special pre-session.
Supportive Documentation for the Comprehensive Care Plan
Presented by Catherine Selman
Documentation is important not only to validate the care that we are providing but it now also supports the reimbursement that we are receiving in today’s world. Supporting documentation is necessary from all disciplines including activities. This session will provide simple, common-sense techniques and documentation strategies for resident centered comprehensive care plans.
A small block of guest rooms has been reserved for the evening of Thursday April 25th. Please call the Holiday Inn directly to make reservations at 320-253-9000 and ask for the MNSWAP rate. The standard double room price is $91.00 plus tax. These rooms will be held until March 26, 2019. The rate will continue to be honored on an as available basis after that date.
The Holiday Inn, St. Cloud is located at the intersection of highway 15 and 23 just off of Interstate 94. It is easily accessible from all directions. The address is 75 South 37th Ave., PO Box 1104, St. Cloud, MN 56302
General Certificates of Participation that have been pre-approved by NCCAP will be awarded to all participants at the end of the seminar day. Professional Development college continuing education credits from the University of Tennessee will also be made available for CTRS’s and other aging professionals seeking additional methods of approved education credits. There is a $25.00 transcript fee to be paid at the seminar to apply for these additional credits.