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  Educational Institute on Aging

The Educational Institute on Aging (EIA) is a subsidiary foundation of the Texas Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (TAHSA). The purpose of EIA, according to its by-laws, "shall be to offer educational and research opportunities for those who serve older people so that older people may benefit from appropriate and quality services." EIA's educational programs reached about 5,000 people last year. We touch a variety of disciplines including: administrators, nurses, social workers, activity directors, dietary staff, and physical therapists.   

 
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Continuing Education Credits
February 15-17, 2012

New Braunfels, TX 

2012 Leadership Conference: "Courageous Leadership"

Administrators (applied for): 13 hours NAB (6 hours Ethics)
Assisted Living Managers: 13 hours
Social Workers: 1.3 CEUs

March 27-29, 2012

Austin, TX 

AANAC MDS 3.0 RAC-CT Certification

Nurses: 22.5 contact hours

September 18-20, 2012

Fort Worth, TX 

AANAC MDS 3.0 RAC-CT Certification

Nurses: 22.5 contact hours

Webcast

Webcast 

F441 Infection Control

Nurses: 1 contact hour

Webcast

Webcast 

Identify Criteria for Effective Nursing Systems In Managing Quality Outcomes

Nurses: 1 contact hour

Webcast

Webcast 

MDS 3.0: Long-Term Care Current Trends in Evidence Based Practice for Skin Conditions

Nurses: 1 contact hour

Webcast

Webcast 

Resident Rehospitalization: How Can the RN Accurately Assess the Need

Nurses: 1 contact hour

Webcast

Webcast 

The Nurse Manager's Role in Risk Management and Safety in a Long-Term Care Setting

Nurses: 1 contact hour

Webcast

Webcast 

Challenging Choices - Ethical Issues in Long Term Care for Professionals, Staff, Residents and Families

 

Administrators: 2 hours
Social Workers: 0.2 CEUs

Webcast

Webcast 

ALF Managers Course: Module I: Standards & Regulations

 

Assisted Living Managers: 8 hours
Administrators: 8 hours 
Social Workers: 0.8 CEUs

Webcast

Webcast 

ALF Managers Course: Module II: Focusing on Resident Care and Services

 

Assisted Living Managers: 8 hours
Administrators: 8 hours
Social Workers: 0.8 CEUs

Webcast

Webcast 

ALF Managers Course: Module III: Management Skills

 

Assisted Living Managers: 8 hours
Administrators: 8 hours Social Workers: 0.8 CEUs

Webcast

Webcast 

Fair Housing and Senior Living Webcast

 

Administrators: 2 hours
Social Workers: 0.2 clock hours

 
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