TRAINING FOR HOME CARE ADMINISTRATORS
Lynn’s Care Village Association in Conjunction with Quality Family Care Home Consulting has created a catalog of educational opportunities for health care professionals interested in pursuing the ownership, licensing and management of a family care home. From creating and reviewing compliant policy and procedure for license submission, budget and staffing guidance, customized care home organizational systems and document libraries, we can help.
We are your roadmap to help you successfully navigate the complex North Carolina Family Care Home industry!
Our featured program is presents a comprehensive 120-hour Care Home AIT Program. The course includes classroom training and 100 hours of on-the-job training with a guaranteed experienced preceptor and longtime family care home owner. Includes additional NC DHHS training and certifications presented by an experienced and approved RN giving the trainee access to a full understanding of the requirements, rules and operational systems needed to successfully run a family care home in North Carolina.Complete Care Home Consulting is also available.
Lynn’s Care Village Association offers assistance in leadership to the administration and staff of each locally owned and operated association family care home to ensure all their member homes offer consistent, high-quality care. Each care home works with the physician, the resident, and family to create a plan based upon the resident’s individual needs while maintaining their dignity and quality of life.
Get the full understanding of the requirements, rules and operational systems needed to successfully own, license and manage a family care home in North Carolina.
Family care homes are licensed to provide residential care for up to six residents at a time. These small, intimate care homes, located in residential neighborhoods, employ staff who have a special interest and training in caring for the elderly. With fewer residents and regular staff each care home can provide more one-on-one attention and can often notice subtle changes in a resident and can arrange for medical attention very quickly. Residents spend their senior years in a lovely home supported by a caring and compassionate team of licensed health professionals, healthcare assistants, and family.