Writing the Program Abuse Prevention Plan – Virtual Classroom
November 30 @ 10:00 - 11:00
What do you know about your Program Abuse Prevention Plan (PAPP)? If your agency owns, rents, or leases the physical site where you provide services, then a PAPP is needed. Each Community Residential Setting, Family Foster Care/Family Residential Services setting, Integrated Community Support setting, Day Services Facility, Supported Living Facility (SLF), and ICF/DD (Intermediate Care Facility for people with DD) must have a PAPP developed for the location. The PAPP assesses the people receiving services, the physical location and design of building, and the surrounding environment where services are provided for factors which may encourage or permit abuse. Once the assessment has been completed, it must be reviewed and updated to address proactive steps to reduce each risk area. What are those proactive steps? Do you know when you need to review the PAPP? Do you know who needs to sign the PAPP? Does your PAPP do a good job in identifying potential areas of risk and appropriate measures to reduce the risk for abuse? Join us in our virtual classroom to answer all these questions and more!
CEU Contact Hours: 1.2 for Nurses, 1 for Social Workers
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