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In the dynamic and demanding environment of SNFs/NFs, accurate and comprehensive documentation is paramount. This presentation is designed to equip healthcare professionals with the essential skills and knowledge required to create supportive and nuanced documentation for individuals with behavioral health needs. Participants will be equipped to navigate the intricacies of documenting behavioral health and mental illness and gain a comprehensive understanding of regulatory and ethical considerations, enhanced communication strategies, and practical approaches to creating supportive documentation that promotes individualized and compassionate care for residents with behavioral health needs.
1. Participants will understand the importance of specificity and detail in capturing behavioral patterns to support accurate assessments and interventions.
2. Participants will acquire skills to identify potential risks, document de-escalation techniques, and communicate preventative measures.
3. Participants will develop effective communication skills for documenting behavioral health incidents, ensuring clarity and precision in conveying relevant information.
Target Audience: Nursing staff, DONs, Risk/Behavior management, social services
**Webinar registration closes at 1pm EST**
Questions about this event?
Please email Katie, IHCA/INCAL’s director of education, using the form below.