TSRN is dedicated to ensuring that licensed staff, caregivers and child care providers are properly trained in Medication Administrationand other health related topics to provide quality care to individuals of all age groups and health needs. We offer several trainings services tailored to the staff’s professional needs on-site at affordable rate.
Medication Administration Training for CHILD CARE PROVIDERS (MAT):
Meet Pre-Service training requirement for licensure
6 hours of training with theory and practice
Become approved to administer medication in child care
Course completion certificate awarded on the same day
Learn safe medication administration principles
Learn safe medication storage and disposal procedures
Understand how to comply with OCC regulations for medication administration
“Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction and skillful execution; it represents the wise choice of many alternatives.”
William A. Foster
Customized Person-Centered Care Plan Training
Provide a roadmap that clearly Identifies health and safety risk with strategies and objectives to prevent complications. These plans direct paid and unpaid caregivers, child care providers and family members in how to provide quality person-centered care that is both simple, safe and easy to follow.
Medication Technician Training Program
The MTTP training course is a requirement for unlicensed staff to administer medications in a community-based setting for all agencies that are licensed by the Developmental Disabilities Administration (DDA).
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be certified by the Maryland Board of Nursing as Medication Technicians (CMT).
TSRN is an approved MTTP Nurse Trainer. We offer this course on-site in the comfort of your private facility.
Length: 20 hours – four (5hr) class days
Pre-requisites for staff to participate in this course:
Initial 20 Hour Training
Clinical Update (Recertification)
Individual Specific Trainings
In collaboration with the primary caregiver or person, a training plan can be developed for all that care for the individual that includes techniques and skills competency checklist to ensure safe care is provided at all times topics include:
- Basic Health and Safety
Personal Care routines
- Mealtime management and modified diets
- Adaptive Equipment
- Lifting, transfers and positioning
Emergency medication administration- seizure, diabetes and asthma/allergy
- And more