LTCOP Trainings and Podcasts
Mental Health and COVID-19: Fostering Cultural Inclusion in Long Term Care CommunitiesSeven episode podcast aimed to help residents, families and providers of long-term care facilities address and respond to some of the current challenges raised generally but also exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
|Your Care - Your Rights - Your Voice Podcast
Your Care - You Rights - Your Voice will focus on care choices, the rights you have related to those choices and how to use your voice to get the person-centered care you deserve. Host Mairead Painter is the Long Term Care Ombudsman for the state of Connecticut and a leader who is building strong community ties in the challenging area of long term care. She brings her expertise to address issues and solutions to Your Care- explains Your Rights- and helps you to use Your Voice to achieve the highest quality of care and the highest quality of life. To stay updated on all the latest info and get notifications when new episodes air, like and follow the Your Care - Your Rights - Your Voice Podcast Official Facebook Page.
What is Fear of Retaliation? - What can you do about it?
In their own words, five of Connecticut’s nursing home residents tell their stories about their lives, the changes to their lives when they move into a nursing home, their fears and how they find voice and become empowered to live life to its fullest.
Voices Speak Out Against Retaliation Video
Voices Speak Out Against Retaliation video - Spanish
|Trauma Informed Care During COVID-19
This training will emphasize the importance of understanding the prevalence of trauma and the effects that trauma can have on an individual’s mental health, physical, social, and spiritual well-being so as to provide care that is sensitive to individual values while resisting the re-traumatization of vulnerable persons.
LTCOP and Center for Medicare Advocacy Presentations
Thanks to a Grant from Point32Health Foundation and the CT Department on Aging and Disability Services The CT Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program and the Center for Medicare Advocacy present virtual education sessions on a series of topics.
| LTCOP Education Series
Using Care Planning To Achieve Quality Care Presentation
Using Care Planning to Achieve Quality Care Powerpoint
|CT LTCOP Memory Care Training
Join regional Ombudsman Brenda Foreman as she reviews resident rights as they pertain to individuals who receive services in memory care units.
CT LTCOP Memory Care Training Powerpoint
Accompanying Powerpoint Presentation
Choosing a Nursing Home Presentation
Choosing a Nursing Home Powerpoint
|LTCOP Involuntary Discharge Web Portal User Manual for Staff (Last Updated 11-2-21)|
VRA Training Resources
Training Manual 2022 Full
Training Manual 2022 Just Modules 1,2
Training Manual 2022 Just Modules 3,4,5
VRA Initial Training Videos
Module I :
What is a Long-Term Care Ombudsman? https://youtu.be/cxU8M6Py6AA
LTCOP Training 1 National LTCORC Advocate for Residents Rights - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OSUJ_xkMso
Fear of Retaliation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=feoQjlW3_bc&feature=emb_title
Look at Me - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5iQ7X8glBA
Home of the Brave - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR0W5WUice0
LTCOP Training 5 AARP Nursing Home Care Plan Getting Good Care - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1CGyc4X2GhM
Volunteer Resident Advocate Training Video 1
Volunteer Resident Advocate Training Video 2
Volunteer Resident Advocate Training Video 3
Volunteer Resident Advocate Training Video 4
Volunteer Resident Advocate Training Video 5
VRA Self-Study Online Modules