Residents of long-term care facilities continue to be the hardest hit segment of the population of the COVID-19 pandemic. Aside from the obvious physical risks and implications of the virus, there are multiple social and psychological concerns as well. It is unknown how the pandemic will be reviewed during annual survey and social workers must be prepared to demonstrate how resident well-being was addressed during the initial stages, currently, and for the foreseeable future. This seminar will provide concrete ways to document the progression of the pandemic with regulatory compliance in mind as well as explore steps social workers can take to address the complex issues of balancing psychosocial well-being with physical safety given the current environment.
3 CEUs (considered In-Person course)
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