Training Programs

Eisenstein Flaherty and Associates offers a library of programs to meet yearly regulatory requirements. All programs can be presented on site or at our facility located in Plymouth, MA. We understand that the timing is critical to ensure all staff (including third shift) can attend. We offer flexible “off-hours” availability including weekends to reach everyone at a community.

EF programs are not your typical snoozefest! Our approach engages and energizes those attending with innovative ideas, role playing and talking directly to real world challenges attendees are facing.

About Our Assisted Living Trainings

  • Developed by healthcare experts with years of experience in the Assisted Living field
  • Inclusive of subject matter EOEA has shared on Certification Visits
  • Most are 1-2-hour trainings with the exception of CPR (3-4 hours as required by the American Heart Association)
  • Delivered by EF Associates experienced in delivering an engaging training experience
  • Flexibility to include Company Standards and Practices if applicable
  • Trainings have a Facilitators Guide and Post Test for verification of learning and retention
  • Can be offered on all shifts to all departments
  • Flexibility to hold trainings at the Community or at our training center in Plymouth, MA
  • Facilitators guides, training information and post tests left at the community along with attendance records

Examples Programs

  • EOEA Survey Preparedness: Managing the Certification Process
  • Quality Assurance and Annual Training Needs Assessment
  • Incident Reporting
  • Emergency Response to Acute Health Related Issues and First Aid
  • American Heart Association CPR: BLS for the Healthcare Providers and Heartsaver
  • Disaster and Emergency Preparedness
  • Self-Administered Medication Management (SAMM)
  • Limited Medication Administration (LMA)
  • Abuse, Neglect and Mistreatment
  • Falls: Taking Action Causes and Prevention
  • Infection Control and Communicable Diseases
  • Communication and Teamwork
  • The Aging Process: Resident Health and Related Problems
  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
  • Resident Rights
  • Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)
  • Death and Dying
  • Dementia 101
  • Dementia and Communication
  • Caring for Residents with Dementia
  • Managing Challenging Behaviors
  • Behavioral Interventions

For More Information

Please call our Plymouth office to speak with our VP of Assisted Living Operations Karen Bain at 617-702-2644.