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  1. Logo Here Older Adults Daily Living Center Director Training General Provisions 07/01/2010 Start

  2. Navigation Instructions Welcome! Here are some quick tips for navigating through the Older Adult Daily Living Centers training. The following buttons are used to perform various actions and are only displayed when they are applicable: To advance to the next slide, click To go back to the previous slide, click To submit an answer to a knowledge check question, click To clear an answer to a knowledge check question, click To close the lesson, click To open or close the Table of Contents, click or in the upper right corner of the slide Next Back Submit Clear Exit Back Next

  3. Lesson Objectives • Welcome to the OADLCGeneral Provisions lesson. After completing this lesson, you will be able to: • Understand the purpose and applicability of the Chapter 11 regulations. • Locate and apply other applicable laws, regulations, codes and ordinances. • Define the terms client, center, and older adult daily living services. • Identify client admissions criteria. • Understand the service goals of a center. Back Next The approximate completion time for this lesson is: 45min

  4. Admissions Criteria • By knowing the Department’s criteria for defining an eligible client for OADLC services, your center can begin to determine its admission criteria. When considering a client for admission into your center, there are two initial questions to answer: • Does the applicant meet the criteria for admission? • Can your center provide the necessary OADLC services to • meet the applicant’s needs? Audio Playback Back Next

  5. Admissions Criteria Does the applicant meet the criteria for admission? Establishing an intake process based on the requirements set forth in Chapter 11 allows your center to make accurate and consistent eligibility determinations. The intake process ensures that only appropriate applicants are admitted to your center. The intake screening process is described in more depth in the Policy and Procedures module. Audio Playback Back Next

  6. Admissions Criteria Can your center provide the necessary OADLC services to meet the applicant’s needs? An applicant may be an appropriate candidate for OADLC services, but not be appropriate for your center. For example, an applicant may need the assistance of a Hoyer lift to transfer safely. Your center may not be equipped to handle this need. Other social agencies may determine an applicant is eligible for OADLC services and refer that applicant to your center; however, services cannot begin until your center has determined that the applicant meets the criteria for admission and can be adequately served by your center. Audio Playback Back Next

  7. Admissions Criteria • It is important to remember that certain criteria prohibit an applicant’s admission to your center. Know the Chapter 11 regulations • § 11.4. Admissions criteria. • (c)  Persons who are not to be admitted to or retained in a center include persons who: •    (1)  Are bedfast. •    (2)  Have a communicable disease unless, to the extent that confidentiality laws permit, a physician certifies, in writing, that the person will not pose a serious threat to the health, safety or well-being of the clients or staff and provides specific instructions and precautions to be taken for the protection of the clients or staff at the center. The physician’s written instructions and precautions shall be followed. This is intended to protect the health of the client and is not intended to discriminate against any individual. Back Next

  8. Admissions Criteria • § 11.4. Admissions criteria. • (c)  Persons who are not to be admitted to or retained in a center include persons who: •   (3)  Have emotional or behavioral disorders which are destructive to self or others or disruptive in a group setting, unless the center has the capacity, including qualified staff persons to manage these problems adequately and appropriately. •    (4)  Are habitually addicted to alcohol or drugs and, due to the addiction, are disruptive in a group setting, unless the center has the capacity, including qualified staff persons, to manage these problems adequately and appropriately. • (5)  Do not need the activities and services provided in the older adult daily • living center, and who need referral to other more appropriate programs such as a senior center or nutrition site. • A center may not serve persons whose needs are too great or whose needs can be served by other more appropriate programs. For example, applicants who do not have a functional impairment and whose needs include only socialization or a hot meal, do not meet admission criteria. The center shall refer those persons to a • Senior Center or nutrition site. Audio Playback Back Next

  9. Knowledge Check • If an applicant meets the criteria for OADLC services, the applicant: • (select the best answer) • Is automatically considered appropriate for your center’s services • Is referred to your center for immediate admission • Selects the center of their choice for immediate admission • May not be appropriate for services provided by your center Back Submit Clear

  10. Knowledge Check • True or False: Intake screenings conducted by other social agencies are sufficient to determine if an applicant is eligible for OADLC services for your center. • True • False Back Submit Clear

  11. Summary • Congratulations, you have completed the General Provisions module. Your Score: ___% • In this lesson you have learned how to: • Understand the purpose and applicability of the Chapter 11 regulations. • Locate and apply other applicable laws, regulations, codes and ordinances. • Define the terms client, center, and older adult daily living services. • Identify client admissions criteria. • Understand the service goals of a center. • Click here to print your Certificate of Completion. Back Exit

  12. Summary • You have completed the General Provisions module, but you have not achieved the required minimum score of 90%. Your Score: ___% • Choose one of the options listed below to obtain the required passing score: • Click here to complete the module again. • Click here to retake the knowledge check questions. Back Exit

  13. Assessment • The assessment that follows retests your understanding of the lesson you just completed. • A minimum passing score of 90% is required • The assessment automatically ends after 20 minutes. Do not start unless you can devote at least 20 uninterrupted minutes. • You will be presented with a mixture of questions including Multiple Choice, Multiple Answer, Matching, Ordering, and Drag & Drop. • Your score appears after you click the Finish button or time expires. • The score is recorded for reporting purposes. Back Next

  14. To Print this certificate: <Instructions go here>