The Shared Living Medication Administration course recertification is for people who have been previously certified to administer medications in Shared Living or Family-Centered Home Support settings funded under MaineCare section 21. This course is for the primary home provider as well as any others who administer medication only to the people living in the home.
The Shared Living Medication Administration course is for people who administer medications only in Shared Living or Family-Centered Home Support settings funded under MaineCare section 21. This course is for the primary home provider as well as any others who administer medication only to the people living in the home.
The old idea of “taking care” has disappeared. We are in a new era of service delivery that is far more complicated and challenging than ever before. This course has been designed to help unlicensed entry-level workers gain new skills, values, and knowledge to meet these challenges.
The Mental Health Support Specialist curriculum is a 35-hour course required of newly hired individuals providing residential and daily living support services within Maine’s adult mental health system. The intent of this course is to provide essential fundamental knowledge and skills needed to perform well, raise participant awareness surrounding mental health and related services.
The Mandt System instruction courses are based upon the philosophy that all people have a right to be treated with dignity and respect. The Mandt System believes that relationships should be based on principles in which people are allowed to participate in decisions about their lives. We recognize and consider people’s behavior, even negative behavior, is a form of communication.
This course provides a framework for learning basic skills that may save a life or prevent further injury. The American Heart Association is dedicated to decrease death and disability when emergency happens. The American Heart Association believes that YOU can make a difference by providing immediate and effective care.
Our Client Specific Insulin Training is provided by a Registered Nurse. This course will be tailored for an insulin dependent client’s specific needs. These needs can include a review of medical history and its implications for the client, mixing and proper storage of insulin, client specific nutritional needs, the importance of site rotation, and proper injection technique.
This program meets the State of Maine CRMA regulations under section 7. The Registered Nurse will provide participants with an overview of how to recognize pre-diabetic symptoms, proper use and care of equipment associated with Blood Glucose monitoring, the importance of healthy lifestyle choices, and medical care including specialist such as podiatrists.
Each participant under the guidance of an RN Educator will be required to complete a clinical Medication Administration in a licensed facility on 3 different residents to be eligible for certification for the 40 CRMA certificate or the 24 hour with a CRMA Recertification to Bridge to the 40 hour.
Direct support professional certification in Maine is earned through self-directed learning and classroom instruction. The State of Maine has selected the College of Direct Support; a web based learning management system available 24 hours a day, seven days a week for learner to improve their skills in caring for people across disabilities.
The Certified Residential Medication Aide Recertification Review is designed to prepare participants to complete the CRMA Recertification course or to re-sharpen the participants skills after an absence from the field. This course can be a helpful tool for individuals who may be struggling with efficient and effective medication administration to regain the necessary skill level.
Each participant will be required to complete a mock Medication Administration Pass (supervised by the RN – registered nurse) dealing with a variety of medication types – oral, sublingual, optic, rectal, etc. Participants are encouraged to prepare through self – study or attend our Review/Refresher course, as review of the material is expressly prohibited by State regulation.
The purpose of the Certified Residential Medication Aide Bridge course is to provide individuals with a current 24 hour CRMA certificate a way to “Bridge” into the full 40 Hour certifications.
Participants entering or enlisted in the educational field learn the values related to working with children who are recipients of services, gaining a greater understanding of their roles, responsibilities, and their duties while attending the 28-hour training
The State of Maine Department of Health and Human Services: Children’s Behavioral Health Services (DHHS-CBHS) requires professionals working in children services be trained to meet the unique needs of the individual served. The Behavioral Health Professional training meets the State guidelines.
The 50 hour course includes the following: