12 Hour NAB Approved CEU Package #3
Satisfy your annual NAB continuing education requirements with our comprehensive 12 hour course package. This package contains a variety of continuing education topics.
This package includes the following courses:
141 – Customer Service: Your Key to Resident Satisfaction (2 CEUs)
148 – Family Moments (3 CEUs)
218 – Effective Coaching for the LTC Manager (1 CEU)
704 – Aphasia Solutions – Making Their Voices Heard (3 CEUs)
701 – The “Invisible” Side of Multiple Sclerosis (3 CEUs)
- NAB: These educational offerings have been reviewed by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) and are approved for a total of 12 clock hours.
- Texas Assisted Living Administrator: 40 TAC 97.260(a)
- CE Broker Approved for Florida Long Term Care Administrators, Nurses, and Certified Nurse Aides as well as District of Columbia Certified Nurse Aides and Home Health Aides
- Kansas Department of Health and Environment: Approval #: LTS -A1138
About the Instructors
Courses in this package are taught by David Hahklotubbe, Benjamin Pearce, Kenda S. Beach, and Gisela Koufus.
is the author of numerous books including Senior Living Communities: operations management and marketing for assisted living, congregate and continuing care retirement communities, the go-to handbook for effective senior residential facilities. His publications can be found in all the top senior housing trade journals. Benjamin oversees Bloom Senior Living operations as Chief Operating Officer and is an expert in the senior living industry and dementia related care. He has three decades of experience working with over 200 communities in 33 states. He is also an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University and New York University.
is the founder of Enhanced Moments and author of the book, Creating Moments of Joy. Jolene is also a celebrated nationwide speaker in Alzheimer’s education. She has a B.A. from Iowa State University and extensive experience with people who have Alzheimer’s. Jolene has been a keynote speaker at many conferences where family members, CNAs, and professionals share what works and doesn’t work.
Sharon K. Brothers, MSW
brings over 30 years’ experience in senior care services to her passion as the founder and CEO of the Institute for Professional Care Education. Sharon has an advanced degree in social work and leadership experience in multi-state Assisted Living corporations. She has been a developer, owner and operator of dementia care assisted living communities and has deep expertise as an educator for all levels of staff within the care profession.
joined Griswold Home Care as the Director of Learning and Development in 2012. In this role, he works with a dynamic team to develop innovative learning and development programs for franchisees, healthcare providers, clients, and family caregivers. For the past 25 years, Chris has provided direct care, health education, support, and advocacy for children and adults who are facing challenging health conditions. Prior to joining Griswold Home Care, he served as Director of Education with the Alzheimer’s Association Delaware Valley Chapter. In this role, he managed all education and support programs for persons with dementia and the family/professional caregivers who support them. He also managed a 25-bed Alzheimer’s Special Care center for a national assisted living chain. Chris dedicated the early part of his professional career to providing personal care and activities therapy in the LTC and CMHC settings. He has earned a Master’s degree in Adult/Distance Education from Pennsylvania State University and a BA in Psychology from LaSalle University. Chris has also presented for statewide, national and international conferences on the topics of Aging, family caregiving, Dementia, health literacy, and educational design. Chris has dedicated his professional career to his grandmother who lost a 13-year battle with Alzheimer’s Disease.
Dr. Ann Widmer
is the Dean of the School of Management at Concordia University Portland where she developed the Baccalaureate degree in Health Care Administration and their case-based Masters in Business Administration. She teaches in the area of Health Care Law and Ethics and directs the research, thesis and internship courses for the MBA.
She has published three national award winning books in health care administration, home health care, and hospice. The latest, Home Health Care Nursing, was released by Harcourt, Brace, Saunders Spring, 2002. Dr. Widmer serves on numerous corporate and not-for profit boards in Portland for long term care and parish nursing. She is on the executive committee for Widmer Brothers Brewing Company, and was voted one of the Twenty Five Outstanding Business Women in Portland in 1998 by the Oregon Business Journal.