Resident-Centered Dining: New Standards and Creative Ideas

Hours: 1
Course Number: 0057

Resident-Centered Dining: New Standards and Creative Ideas is a 1 hour continuing education course that provides the basic elements of resident-centered dining, reviews dining changes in senior care and introduces new standards in resident-centered dining. The course also stresses the importance of food in senior living and ends by listing creative ideas for resident-centered dining in senior care. 

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Course Details


The purpose of this course is to introduce the learner to new standards of resident-centered dining. 

Learning Objectives

  1. Review basics of RCD
  2. Review dining changes in senior care
  3. Introduce new dining standards
  4. Review the importance of food in senior care
  5. List creative ideas for RCD in senior care

Criteria for Successful Completion

To receive continuing education credit for this program, you must complete the entire course, including registration, viewing the video program, taking the post-test and obtaining a score of at least 70% or better, and completing the program evaluation. (Social workers must obtain at least an 80% or better score.) If you do not score a 70% or better, (80% for social workers) you may take the exam again as many times as necessary to receive a passing score. When a score of 70% (80% for social workers) or better is achieved, you will be able to move forward to the evaluation and receive your certificate online.



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