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Tennessee Assisted Living Regulations

Tennessee
Assisted Living
Regulations

Nursing Home Administrator Continuing Education

Hours: 18 Hours
Frequency: Annually

 

All licensees must attend and complete eighteen (18) clock hours of Board approved continuing education within every calendar year.

Multi-Media courses may be taken for continuing education credit.
1. Multi-Media courses may include courses utilizing:
      1. The Internet
      2. Closed circuit television
      3. Satellite broadcasts
      4. Correspondence courses
      5. Videotapes
      6. CD-ROM
      7. DVD
      8. Teleconferencing
      9. Videoconferencing
     10. Distance learning
A maximum of twelve (12) credit hours may be granted for multi-media courses
during each calendar year.

Rule 1020-01-.12

For more information visit Tennessee Board of Nursing Home Administrators.

Administrator Continuing Education

Hours: 24 Hours
Frequency: Biennially

 

An ACLF administrator shall complete twenty-four (24) classroom hours of continuing education approved by the Board prior to attendance, including, but not limited to the following topics:

1. State rules and regulations for ACLFs;
2. Health care management;
3. Nutrition and food service;
4. Financial management; and
5. Healthy lifestyles.

All educational courses sponsored by the National Association of Boards of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators (NAB) and continuing education courses sponsored by State and/or national associations that focus on geriatric care are board approved.

TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BOARD FOR LICENSING HEALTH CARE FACILITIES CHAPTER 1200-08-25

For more information visit Tennessee Department of Health.

All Staff Training

Hours: Topic Specific
Frequency: Annually

 

Documentation showing that 100% of the staff working on the unit receives annual in-service training which shall include, but not be limited to, the following subject areas:

1. Basic facts about the causes, progression and management of Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders;
2. Dealing with dysfunctional behavior and catastrophic reactions in the residents;
3. Identifying and alleviating safety risks to the resident;
4. Providing assistance in the activities of daily living for the resident; and
5. Communicating with families and other persons interested in the resident.

TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH BOARD FOR LICENSING HEALTH CARE FACILITIES CHAPTER 1200-08-25

For more information visit Tennessee Department of Health.

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