Neurocognitive Disorders Training Post Test Section 1 By rbbadmin Neurocognitive Disorders Training Post Test Section 1 Name 1. What does DSCU stand for?Comments2. Which of the following are addressed in this new Massachusetts regulation? Neurocognitive disorder-specific training for all direct care workers, activities directors, and supervisors of direct care workers in both traditional nursing homes and DSCUs Activities programs in DSCUs Guidelines for DSCU physical design including, but not limited to, anti-wandering methods and promotion of a therapeutic environment All of the above3. What is the definition of a Direct Care Worker?Comments4. Please list 3 examples of Direct Care Workers.Comments5. Initially, how many hours of training does a relevant staff member need? 12 10 86. How many hours of ongoing training are required each calendar year? Minimum of 4 Minimum of 8 Minimum of 67. Each facility or DSCU does not need to maintain written documentation that all relevant staff members have met the required training. True False8. Therapeutic activities shall be planned throughout the day and evening and incorporate the possible need for therapeutic programming during the night hours based upon the needs of individual residents. True False9. If a facility or DSCU hires a relevant staff member who received the training as specified in 105 CMR 150.024 at a different location, and the relevant staff member has not had a lapse in employment in long term care for 24 consecutive months or more, the facility must: Obtain documentation from the employee's former employer certifying that the employee received the required training and passed the evaluation Train the employee as specified in 105 CMR 150.024 A and B10. Name one agency that has created a training focused on caring for individuals with neurocognitive disorders.Comments Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.