Community Based Residential Facility (CBRF) Training
Affordable & State Approved Training
CBRF Registry 4 Components
First Aid & Choking
Total Class Investment= $440.00+tax
*A $20 registry fee is required to be listed on the Wisconsin Community-Based Care & Treatment Registry.
What Will I Learn?
Students will gain knowledge about persons who have developmental disabilities and physical delays. They will be trained in DHS 83 regulations, and how to recognize and properly document challenging behaviors, understand legal terminology in dealing with client rights, Students will also learn how to administer and document medication using the 6 rights of medication, prevent medication errors, recognize adverse side effects, and how to follow HIPPA Laws while caring for clients in assisted living facilities. Students will learn OSHA safety standards and how to follow OSHA guidelines for blood borne pathogens, how to handle exposure incidents, as well as how to prevent or handle fire emergencies.
14.0 Hours (2 part training) NEW
Students will engage, be informed, and learn the 6 “rights” of medication administration, the appropriate classification of medications and how to accurately complete a MAR (Medication Administration Record), methods of administration. As well as legal/ ethical issues involved with administering medication, resident rights, common medications used, and basic medication terminology.
***All individuals administering medication within a CBRF must complete this training.
This course is required to meet the state regulated requirements of DHS 83. After successfully completing this course, students will be certified in Medication Administration, and be listed on the Wisconsin Community- Based Care & Treatment Registry.
The most fundamental part of care giving starts with understanding how to prevent the spread of infections and the transmission communicable diseases. We place emphasis and detail into the proper use of personal protective equipment, procedures for handling infectious materials, and standards for handling food and laundry.
This course is required to meet the state regulated requirements of DHS 83. After successfully completing this course, students will be certified in Standard Precautions and be listed on the Wisconsin Community- Based Care & Treatment Registry.
Core Care's Fire Safety class takes a commanding approach to exposing attendees to the critical and key elements of fire safety, Students will be challenged to focus on evacuation needs of residents, follow the CBRF emergency and disaster plan, and learn how to respond well in the event of a fire emergency. They will also learn how to avoid starting fires, how to remain calm and act in the event of a fire, and recognize fire hazards, This class covers early warning systems and the use of fire extinguishers,
This course is required to meet the state regulated requirements of DHS 83. After successfully completing this course, students will be certified in Fire Safety, and be listed on the Wisconsin Community- Based Care & Treatment Registry.
First Aid & Choking:
Students will learn skills necessary to help sustain life and minimize the consequences of injury or sudden illness until advanced medical help arrives. Participants will learn how to identify and recognize emergencies and make appropriate decisions for first aid care when they are faced with situations where knowledge of first aid and choking techniques may need to be applied with someone in their care.
This course is required to meet the state regulated requirements of DHS 83. After successfully completing this course, students will be certified in First Aid & Choking, and be listed on the Wisconsin Community- Based Care & Treatment Registry.
Residents Rights & Grievance Procedures:
There are specific rights for residents living in a CBRF Facility. Each participant will be trained thoroughly how to protect the rights of residents and ensure that residents rights are not violated by anyone. Participants will learn the Grievance Procedure if a resident
makes a compliant.
Client Group Specific:
Many conditions result from the natural aging process while others are from on-going health problems that have developed earlier in life. Participants will be trained to identify signs and symptoms of conditions related to aging and important things to remember when caring for residents with these conditions.
Needs Assessment and Individual Service Plan:
Before a resident enters a CBRF facility a pre-admission needs assessment is done to determine the following: whether the facility can provide adequate care to meet the needs of the resident and to determine the level of service or care required by the facility. Participants will complete a pre-admission needs assessment and develop an Individual Service Plan (ISP).
Recognizing and Responding to Challenging Behaviors
This course is combined with Client Group during training***
It is important for caregivers in the CBRF to have a basic knowledge and understanding of the challenging behaviors that may occur as a result of a client diagnosed with a developmental disability, physical delay, dementia and dementia-related illnesses. Participants will learn what may be causing behaviors, how they might prevent them and how to solve the problems associated with them.