Featuring advanced learning methodologies through the W.R.A.F.T., and People Centered Care, including the renowned Ashby Memory Method™, Pivotals’ programs are designed for positive outcomes in working with Dementia and Alzheimer‘s symptoms.
- Reactive delivery of government mandated regulations. Crisis management in meeting government regulations within the required timeframe and proper documentation.
- Proactive strategy incorporating 10 regulatory teachings. Adds responsive programs using AMM. AMM provides improved responses over GPA technique. Resolved disciplinary action by MOHLTC. Improved Crisis Management.
- Conflict/Behaviour. Insufficient training/resources. Complaints, disciplinary action and Union challenges.
- Participants receive resources to better assist behavioural issues. Reduced # of incidents between Staff-Resident, Resident-Resident, Resident-Staff. (Clinical Response Forms).
- Inefficient use of Staff Educators. Part-time educator or pulled staff. On-line module training – Dry, dissociated learning, usually done during lunch/breaks/off time.
- Tracking tools. Consistency in reporting and documentation of training elements. Current Evidence Based Research and regulatory training. Policy and Procedures meeting Inspection and Protocols. Improved time and use of Staff.
- Employee training. Inconsistent training due to staff funding, crisis timing and turnover. Who’s at fault?
- Timely training. Bulk training. Grass roots feedback. Implementation of Government regulation and legislation. Eliminates the SHAME-BLAME-RETRAIN model. Increases staff’s confidence.
- High turnover. Overstressed Administrators/Educators.
- Providing timely documentation of current training status allowing for performance and improvement feedback. Improved workload and allocation of time.
- Union. Qualified trainers? Providing training. Proof of providing resources to members.
- Qualified trainers. Documentation and management of education regulations. Guarantee delivery of policy/education. Improved allocation of Union fees/funds.
- High costs of training and replacement staff. 1 way learning. Lack of interaction. No room for feedback, questions or real life scenario review. Single day training cost.
- Interactive learning – improved retention. Re-allocation of Education fund savings. Undivided training. Time slot allocation frees up replacement staff transitions from Resident Care Areas.
- Bill 140. LTC Act.
- Focused training. Proper use of employee ‘off time’
- Bill 168. MOL.
- Reduced risk and liability of criminal negligence.
This also demonstrates employee status regarding training, providing improved tracking for Employer and Union bodies.
All graduates shall receive a certificate of Completion.