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The Basic Care Guide for Elderly Patients (2003). For professionals, this video
kit includes care essentials such as vital signs, recognizing
and preventing emergencies and care. University of Maryland School
of Medicine. (800) 328-7450. http://www.videopress.org/
Manual for Nutrition Consultants to Home Care. For professionals,
this manual helps consultants get started in home care,
assists agencies in setting up a nutrition program. Includes sample
contracts, job descriptions, competencies, screening and assessment
forms, suggests consultant services, CQI indicators for home care,
resources and JCAHO standards.
Jackie Gamble, MPH, LDN, RD, 1550 Second St., Suite 3-1, New Orleans,
Practitioner's Guide to Home Health (2000). For professionals,
this guide addresses basic business skills and background
on home health care, as well as specific guidelines for nutrition
care delivery, quality management, reimbursement, and marketing
nutrition services in this expanding health care environment. Consultant
Dietitians in Health Care Facilities.
(800) 877-1600 ext. 5000
in Home Care. For professionals, this brochure assists
dietitians currently practicing in home care, serves as a marketing
tool for dietitians interested in pursuing home care jobs, and as
an informational piece for home care companies. ADA-Dietitians in
Nutrition Support Dietetic Practice Group #24. (401) 943-9366.
For professionals and consumers, this resource network works
with states, the disability and aging communities, and others who
are committed to high quality consumer-directed services in integrated
settings through cost-effective delivery models.
Management for Older Adults II
Description: Health Management for Older Adults
is a series of six audiocassette tapes designed to target
health professionals in the nursing home, hospital, clinic, and
home health care environments. This program was produced and distributed
by the University of Florida Geriatric Education Center (GEC), in
cooperation with the North Florida Area Health Education Centers
(AHEC) and the Gainesville VA Medical Center Geriatric Research,
Education and Clinical Center (GRECC), Spring, 1999.
Contact: University of Florida Geriatric Education
Care Alerts for Home Care. For professionals and consumers,
this is a new tool for caregivers in home care identifying
warning signs and action steps for the most common nutrition related
conditions: unintended weight loss, dehydration, pressure ulcers,
and tube feeding complications. Based on the Nutrition Care Alerts
for Nursing Facilities, and adapted specifically for the home care
setting. Nutrition Screening Initiative. (202) 625-1662.
Resource Guide for the Home Health Care Setting. For professionals
and consumers, this manual covers home health care. Nutrition
Resource Group, PO Box 86913, Baton Rouge,
Aginghelp is for the professional serving the older American through
community and in-home services. <www.Aginghelp.com>
Association of Homes and Services for the Aging <www.aahsa.org>
Association for Home Care <www.NAHC.org>
Adult Day Services Association <www.nadsa.org/>
Association of Child and Adult Care Food Programs <www.nacacfpp.com>
of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) <www.NPAonline.org>