"Addressing Stress and Anxiety in the Coronavirus Crisis"

- Staff Education via Teleconference with Barbara Speedling -


Join Barbara for this series of engaging conversations on the contemporary topics impacting the quality of care and quality of life for residents living in long-term care.  More than a review of the Federal regulations, Barbara brings her unique perspective to these discussions, helping the listener to apply the education in real world circumstances.

The Education Station is designed as an effective, efficient remedy to assist facilities in achieving regulatory compliance in staff education and training.  Appropriate to individual or classroom learning, each 30-60-minute, streaming video presentation includes a downloadable power point presentation. Subscribers also receive a lesson plan, competency evaluation, resource materials, where applicable, and a certificate of completion.

This entire library of videos and corresponding resources is accessible throughout the year with the password you will receive after purchasing your subscription.

What type of facility would benefit from being an Education Station Subscriber?

  • Facilities with staff that has attended a live presentation by Barbara Speedling at a conference or seminar and want to share her perspective with their staff.
  • Facilities in areas of the country where access to educational programs is limited.
  • Facilities that lack a designated educator/education program and risk deficient practice.
  • Multi-facility groups that want to ensure all employees receive consistent information.


The following topics required by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid (CMS) for all long-term care staff upon hire and annually are addressed in this subscription series:

  • F941 Communication
  • F942 Resident's Rights and Facility Responsibilities
  • F943 Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation
  • F944 Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement
  • F945 Infection Control*
  • F946 Compliance and Ethics
  • F947 Required In-Service Training for Nurse Aides
    • §483.95(g)(2) Include dementia management training and resident abuse prevention training.
    • §483.95(g)(4) For nurse aides providing services to individuals with cognitive impairments, also address the care of the cognitively impaired.


In addition to these required topics, Barbara offers sessions on:

  • Trauma-Informed Care: Recognizing and Responding to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Behavioral Health: Caring for Residents with Mental Disorders, Brain Injury, and Addictions
  • Cultural Competency
  • Improving the Care of Residents with Dementia


*Infection Control is not currently offered in this series.

Limitation of use of training materials: The purchaser of the right of access to these training materials is given license to access and use these materials for the purpose of continuing education and training of all regular payroll personnel employed directly by the purchaser. This license does not permit the purchaser or any of its employees to disclose these materials to any subcontractors, vendors, temporary employment services or temporary employees, or any other third parties who are not regular payroll employees of purchaser, and any and all such disclosures to non-payroll employees of purchaser are expressly prohibited. By use of these materials, purchaser and purchasers’ employees acknowledge and agree to this limitation of use and agree to be bound by same.


Not legal advice: Any and all publications, oral presentations, video, audio and electronic media programs connected in any manner with these training materials are provided with the understanding that the provider of these training materials does not render any legal or professional advice or service regarding the application of any specific rules or regulations to any specific situations. Rather, the materials are presented to familiarize the purchaser and its employees with the content of pertinent rules and regulations. Questions regarding the application of these rules and regulations to specific situations should be referred to purchaser’s legal counsel or other professional advisors as appropriate. By use of these materials, purchaser and its employees acknowledge and agree to this limitation of use and agree to be bound by same. 

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