Mary (BS) NHA

Human Resources Director, Nursing Home Administrator, Vice President of Operations (Assisted Living)
STAT About Page Image Provider of CEU Training. Knowledge is power! S.T.A.T. believes the most effective workforce is a knowledgeable workforce. In today's every changing environment, training and industry specific knowledge are keys to personal and corporate success.
S.T.A.T.’s purpose is to provide current and useful training, which benefits and enhances the expertise of skilled and non-skilled health care workers. S.T.A.T.’s trainers are certified under Wisconsin DHS 83 and can teach state required training modules for assisted living caregivers. S.T.A.T. also offers additional training in dietary, documentation, prevention and reporting of resident abuse, neglect and misappropriation, sexual harassment, communication, and other real world issues. A complete list of S.T.A.T.’s trainings can be found under Services.
S.T.A.T. trainers can customize services per your specifications. We know from experience that some training’s are best learned if they include or reference the environment the employee is working in. Our goal is to provide staff with informative and enjoyable learning experiences, on or off-site and to establish a professional relationship based upon credibility and integrity.
What S.T.A.T. offers you:

S.T.A.T. offers training that prepares your staff to make appropriate decisions that benefit your elder population and company bottom line. Your staff will learn to identify verbal and non-verbal communication.

Part of the methodology is understanding key concepts, terminology and roles, from the administrator to the cook. 

S.T.A.T. utilizes training opportunities to enhance your staff’s core competencies.  A trained workforce is more agile, productive, connected and focused.  S.T.A.T.’s goal is to expand your employee’s capabilities and effectiveness.
How will your employees benefit?

 • Achieve the ability to perfect a skill competently and professionally
 • Build credibility with their peers and elder population
 • Overcome quick or weak decision making through training and practice
 • Greater understanding of elder care needs
 • Gain broader understanding of disease processes and related illnesses
 • Receive instruction on proper medication administration
 • Learn key life saving techniques such as:
    • First Aid and Procedures to Alleviate Choking
    • Universal Standard Precautions
 • Turn specific training knowledge into positive results
 • Recognize that peers, residents and families are individuals and have unique needs, wants and desires
 • Learn to use objective and factual data in recording information
 • Become more effective at handling specific challenges
 • By applying behaviors that are ethical and reflective of the organization’s values