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CBRF Training Implementation and Improved Compliance Bureau of Assisted Living

On April 1, 2009, the revised community based residential facility (CBRF) rule, DHS 83, introduced new training requirements for CBRF staff. Full implementation of the new CBRF training requirements occurred on April 1, 2010. New training curricula and instructor qualifications were developed by the Department, and the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Center for Career Development and Employability Training (CCDET).

CCDET developed a program to certify instructors and maintain a database of instructors and caregivers. During the first year of the program from April 1, 2010 to March 31, 2011, there were 1,351 instructors approved by CCDET to teach First Aid and Choking, Fire Safety, Medication Administration, and Standard Precautions. During this time period, approved instructors taught 10,311 classes to 30,867 participants! The Bureau of Assisted Living congratulates CCDET and the assisted living industry on this remarkable accomplishment.

Prior to the new requirements, data shows that initial CBRF staff training consistently ranked in the Bureau of Assisted Living’s Top 10 Citations. Since the implementation of the new training requirements, data shows that initial CBRF staff training is no longer ranked in the Top 10 Citations. This trend in improved compliance is a testament to the initiative and hard work of the Department, CCDET, and the assisted living industry.

 

Amy Consolazione, PharmD, RPh

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