Assisted Living Licensure Education and Training Offerings
On April 28, 2021 by Heidi Simpson
The Assisted Living Licensure law represents a significant and historic change in how assisted living is provide and regulated in Minnesota and goes into effect August 1, 2021. There is much for providers and individuals to do to be prepared for its implementation.
LeadingAge Minnesota has a wealth of resources, education and training options available.
Preparing to Comply with the New Assisted Living Licensure Law – a Four Part Workshop|
A four-part intensive workshop will provide a comprehensive overview of the various new requirements with which Assisted Living providers will be expected to comply under the new licensure law. The workshop, offered in virtual format in the mornings of May 26, 27 and July 13, 14 includes several topics including an overview of laws, rules and types of licensure and 17 individual topics ranging from staffing and resident/family councils to contracts, physical site requirements, terminations and transitions and much more. Find complete details and registration here.
Institute Program Track
The 2021 Institute, May 18-21, features 11 sessions specifically devoted to the topic and we encourage you to attend to learn more about and prepare for this upcoming change. Find complete details about the Institute and register here. For questions about how to register your staff click here or contact Ashley Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Coming This Summer: LeadingAge Minnesota’s Assisted Living Director Licensing Course
LeadingAge Minnesota will offer a multi-session course starting this summer to help individuals prepare for the Licensed Assisted Living Director exam. Effective August 2021, every assisted living and assisted living with dementia care licensed setting is required to have a Licensed Assisted Living Director.
LeadingAge Minnesota’s course begins summer 2021. It features online, affordable learning, 30+ Minnesota-based expert faculty in diverse, critical areas including legal, operations, clinical and marketing and peer study groups. It will meet the required course of study including 80 hours of core curriculum, 40 hours of Minnesota-specific subject matter. To be included in our no-obligation contact list and receive timely information and updates, contact Ashley Rogers or call 651.603.3559.