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Oregon Adult Foster Care (APD)

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Oregon Adult Foster Care (APD)

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Oregon Adult Foster Care (APD)
Course Information:
  • Online Training Course
  • Credit Hours: 103
  • Designed for Oregon APD Providers and Caregivers
  • This Package Has a Variety of Approved Activities and Topics From Which to Choose
Helpful Instructions
 Purchasing Courses for Yourself Purchasing Courses for Yourself:

This Training course is delivered 100% online through our Online Campus. In order to enroll you in a course we will need to collect your First Name, Last Name and Email Address.

When you place your order we will create an account for you, or add the courses to your existing account if you are a return customer. Access to the Online Campus is based on your email address. If you are a return customer, please purchase using the same email address used previously to avoid creating a duplicate account.

The course(s) you purchase will be available within 10 minutes of purchase and your login information will be sent to the email address you provide.
 Purchasing Courses for Others Purchasing Courses for Others:

This Training course is delivered 100% online through our Online Campus. If you are purchasing for others or your employees, please make sure to provide the First Name, Last Name, and Email Address of the person who you are purchasing for.

IMPORTANT: Access to the Online Campus is based on email addresses. If you are purchasing for multiple people, each person must have a unique email address to access the Online Campus. DO NOT USE THE SAME EMAIL ADDRESS FOR DIFFERENT INDIVIDUALS!

When you place your order we will create accounts for each individual you are purchasing for. If you are a return customer, please purchase using the same email address used previously to avoid creating duplicate accounts.

Example: Jim is buying a course for Bob. Jim will provide Bob’s First, Last and Email before the course is added to cart. Jim then uses his personal information for the checkout process.

We understand no one likes to give out their information and that’s why we only require the course attendee’s First Name, Last Name and Email to add the course to your shopping cart.

The course(s) you purchase will be available within 10 minutes of purchase and each person’s login information will be sent to the email address you provide.

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This package has been designed to help Oregon Adult Foster Home Aging and People with Disabilities (APD) providers and caregivers find approved training to help them meet their continuing education requirements.

This package has a variety of approved activities and topics from which to choose.

  • ABUS101 - Causes and Consequences of Elder Abuse
  • ABUS102 - Types of Elder Abuse and Neglect
  • ABUS103 - Recognizing, Reporting, and Preventing Elder Abuse
  • ACTI101 - Building an Effective Activities Program
  • ACTI102 - Activities Programming Standards
  • ALZH101 - Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Signs and Symptoms
  • ALZH102 - Dementia from the Person’s Perspective
  • ALZH103 - Diagnosis and Progression
  • ALZH104 - Diagnosis and the Caregiver’s Role
  • ALZH105 - Learning to Communicate Through Dementia
  • ALZH106 - Daily Care: Bathing and Dressing
  • ALZH107 - Daily Care: Toileting and Grooming
  • ALZH108 - Helping Families Cope
  • ALZH109 - Supporting Families of Individuals with Dementia
  • ALZH110 - Environment: Creating a Sense of Calm
  • ALZH111 - Environment: Routines and Consistency for Comfort
  • ALZH112 - Activities: Creating a well-rounded program
  • ALZH113 - Activities: Stimulating Memories and Interaction
  • ALZH114 - Preventing Weight Loss and Aspiration
  • ALZH115 - Nutritional Goals and Therapeutic Approaches
  • ALZH116 - Understanding Behaviors: Prevention through Acceptance and Communication
  • ALZH117 - Understanding Behaviors: Considerations for Client Rights
  • ALZH118 - Understanding Behaviors: Defusing Dangerous Behaviors
  • ALZH119 - Understanding Behaviors: Intervention and Follow up
  • ALZH120 - Managing Pain in the Client with Communication Challenges
  • ALZH121 - Appraisals and Care Planning
  • ALZH122 - Care Planning and Preparing for End of Life
  • ALZH123 - Wandering and Exit Seeking
  • CARE101 - Caregiving Core Values and Teamwork
  • CARE102 - Caregiving Tasks and Client Populations
  • CARE104 - Communicating with Others
  • CARE105 - HIPAA and Client Rights
  • CARE106 - Promoting Your Client's Independence
  • CARE107 - Elder Abuse: Causes, Types and Reporting
  • CARE108 - Human Needs and Development Throughout the Lifespan
  • CARE109 - Body Systems and the Aging Process
  • CARE110 - Common Chronic Diseases
  • CARE111 - Common Communicable Diseases
  • CARE112 - Handling Difficult Situations and Behaviors
  • CARE113 - Caregiver First Aid: Burns and Poisons
  • CARE114 - Caregiver First Aid: Heart Attack and Shock
  • CARE115 - Caregiver First Aid: Choking and Falls
  • CARE116 - Caregiver First Aid: Stroke and Wounds
  • CARE117 - Caregiver First Aid: Other Sudden Emergencies
  • CARE118 - Infection Prevention and Control
  • CARE119 - Workplace Hazards and Safety
  • CARE120 - Promoting and Maintaining Good Mobility
  • CARE121 - Nutrition and Hydration: Special Diets and Fluid Intake
  • CARE122 - Elimination and Toileting
  • CARE124 - Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
  • CARE125 - Providing Skin Care
  • CARE126 - Measuring Vital Signs
  • CARE127 - Observation, Reporting, and Recording
  • CARE129 - Managing your Work and Avoiding Caregiver Stress
  • CARE130 - Caregiver Conduct: Regulations, Co-workers, and Families
  • CARE131 - Understanding Sexual Harassment and Misconduct
  • CARE132 - Understanding Cultural Differences in the Senior Population
  • CARE133 - Understanding Service Plans
  • CARE134 - Understanding Resident Rights
  • COMM101 - Courtesy: Beyond Politeness
  • COMM102 - Be There: People come first
  • COMM103 - Listening: Focus on the Client
  • COMM104 - Be Reliable: Following through
  • COMM105 - Be Positive: Going the Extra Mile
  • COMM106 - Clientspeak: Patronizing Language
  • COMM107 - Stress and Healing: The Magic of Therapeutic Communication
  • DEAT101 - Care Goals at the End of Life
  • DEAT102 - Grief and Loss: Care Team and Family
  • DEME201 - Creating Moments of Joy, Part 1
  • DEME202 - Creating Moments of Joy, Part 2
  • DEME203 - Creating Moments of Joy, Part 3
  • DEME204 - Memory Enhanced Activities, Part 1
  • DEME205 - Memory Enhanced Activities, Part 2
  • DEME206 - Memory Enhanced Activities, Part 3
  • DEME207 - It's Saturday Night: Tips for Easier Bathing
  • FOOD101 - Nutritional Guidelines and Hygiene (Home Care)
  • FOOD102 - Safe Food Preparation and Storage (Home Care)
  • FOOD103 - Promoting Successful Dining (Home Care)
  • FOOD104 - Food and Culture
  • HIV201 - HIVAIDS: Understanding the Illness
  • HIV202 - HIV/AIDS: The Elder's Experience
  • HIV203 - HIV/AIDS: Diagnosis and Early Stages
  • HIV204 - HIV/AIDS: Focusing on the Individual
  • LEAD301 - Genuine Leadership
  • LEAD302 - Leading with Laughter
  • LEAD303 - Help! Who made me the boss?
  • LEAD304 - 12 Keys to Good Management
  • MEDI301 - Introduction to Medication Management
  • MEDI303 - Understanding Medication Procedures
  • MEDI305 - Medication Documentation and Safety
  • SAFE101 - Fire Emergencies
  • SAFE102 - Hazardous Substances in the Workplace
  • SAFE103 - Responding to Weather Emergencies and Natural Hazards
  • SAFE104 - Responding to Emergencies: Gas, Explosion, Power Outage and More
  • SAFE106 - Safe Lifting and Transfer Techniques
  • SAFE107 - Standard (Universal) Precautions and Bloodborne Pathogens

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Oregon Adult Foster Care (APD)