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Today’s Unemployment Claims: An Employer’s Guide

The arrival of the pandemic brought many changes to federal and state laws on unemployment compensation for workers in health care settings including changes to employees’ eligibility criteria and the effect of paid benefits on your unemployment costs.

This webinar features presenters Mark S. Mathison, Partner and Caitlin Gehlen, Attorney, Lathrop GPM LLP, who will update your knowledge of this complex set of laws and how you can best address challenges in unemployment claims. November 11, 1:30 – 2:30 p.m. Click here for details and registration.

Accessing Emergency Staffing During the Pandemic

Your organization should have a contingency plan in the event you don’t have enough staff to care for your residents. Should that plan fall through, you may need to ask for staffing assistance from the state. There are specific processes and requirements for requesting emergency staffing, and possibly getting a waiver to help pay for it. This free webinar explains in detail the process, requirements and recommendations for successful application. November 13, 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. Click here for details and registration.

Person-Centered Strategies to Avert Challenging Behaviors in Persons with Dementia

The Dementia Care Certificate Program modules #3 and 4 address specific person-centered care and strategies to avert challenging and aggressive behaviors and provide better care for persons with dementia. Sponsored by the Associated Clinic of Psychology, this webinar series equips hands-on caregivers with the necessary problem-solving skills for dealing with challenging behaviors such as repetitive statements, wandering, hoarding, resisting cares, inappropriate expressions of sexuality, paranoia, aggressive behaviors and more. Details and registration will be available later this week.

Module #3 – November 17, 18
Module #4 – December 3, 8

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