The Continuing Education Hub for Michigan Adult Foster Care
Homes for the Aged providers in the U.S. State of Michigan.
The Continuing Education Hub for Michigan Adult Foster Care
Homes for the Aged providers in the U.S. State of Michigan.

Michigan AFC CEUs

Michigan AFC CEUs

Welcome to the only credible training and continuing education home for Adult Foster Care and Home for the Aged Providers in the U.S. State of Michigan. You can find approved continuing education courses here and click on them to train at any time. Use our Virtual School to make training and continuing education easy and meaningful.

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This page has all approved courses with the number of continuing education credits each represents. Each is linked to its own online home.

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Knowing Resident Rights and How to Teach Them to Staff

Proper Infection Control

Maintaining and Restoring Your Resident’s Dignity

Recognizing and Working with Clinical Depression

How to Effectively Use Social Media to market Assisted Living Services

Five Marketing Tips for the Best First Impression
When Marketing to Families

Giving Attention to the Needs of Diabetics in Your Care


Designing and Managing Recreational Therapy for Those With Cognitive Limitations

Reporting Requirements: Documentation Integrity

Physical Rehabilitation Programs All Homes Can Use

Appreciating the Differences in Others: Culture and Diversity Awareness

Reducing Personal Job Stress

Sanitary Kitchen Management that Prevents Disease

Environmental Modifications that Promote Safety and Greater Function

How to Write an Emergency Handbook for Staff

Rendering Personal Care Safely and With Dignity

Understanding Access to Aid & Attendance Benefits from U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs

Documenting Incidents in Group Homes

3 Income Sources Group Homes Often Ignore

Using Gentle Teaching to Create Welcoming Environments

Developing Policies Governing Coworker Relationships

Furniture Selections When Managing Incontinence

Important Elements of Protocol When Serving the Mentally Ill

Tips on Using Gardening as a Worthy Group Activity

How to Use a Community Newsletter to Build Credibility

Assisting and Being Sensitive to the Resident with Multiple Sclerosis
Assisting and Being Sensitive to the Resident with Multiple Sclerosis
Continuing Education for 4.5 total participant hours by NAB/NCERS—Approval #20250228-4.50-A98302-DL
Implicit Bias and Why it Does Not Belong in Care

3.5 CEUS

Adult CPR

3.75 CEUS

How to Design and Conduct Effective Staff Training


Recognizing and Preventing Dehydration and Malnutrition

Effective Fire Safety & Prevention

Creating Better Health through Proper Nutrition

Foreseeing and Managing Potentially Violent Behavior – Gentle Teaching Mechanisms

Understanding Dementia and its Affects on Sufferers

Understanding and Managing Hypersexual Behavior Among Group Home Residents

Effective Financial and General Management

Understanding the Dilemma of Pain

Strategies for Developing Meaningful Activities for Group Home Residents

Avoiding the Appearance of Sexual Impropriety
When Rendering Care

Making the Adjustment When a Resident’s Needs Change

Recognizing and Responding to Reports of Abuse and Neglect

Assisting the Resident with Congestive Heart Failure

Prevention & Containment of Communicable Disease

Care Benefits Payable Under Michigan’s Auto No-Fault Law

Responding Appropriately to Self-Destructive Behaviors

How to Develop and Manage Group Living Programs for the Medically Fragile

Corporate Compliance in Long-Term Care

Group Homes are Small Working Environments

Helping Your Group Home Residents Manage Grief

Three Keys for Effective Out-of-Home Respite Services

Preventing Strokes and Service Stroke Survivors

When the New Resident is a Sex Offender

Behavioral Covenants and Safety Protocol for the Catastrophically Injured in AFC

How to Develop Transportation Safety Programs in Group Living

Home and Community Based Services Compliance Strategies

Managing the Dynamics of Direct Purchase of Service Agreements

Assisting the Resident or Client with Fibromyalgia

Key Elements of HIPAA Compliance (w/ a Study Guide)

Returning to Work Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Human Trafficking: What Care Providers Need to Know

Serving Someone with Tardive Dyskinesia

Returning to Work Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Serving Someone with Tardive Dyskinesia

Knowing How to Measure Vital Signs

Human Trafficking: What Care Providers Need to Know

Reducing Your Dependency on Public Emergency Services

Quality Customer Service and Professional Protocol Must Exist in the Medical Environment

Understanding and Working with Advance Directives

Strategies for Managing Positive Workplace Relationships

Crisis Prevention and Management in Residential Care

Alzheimer’s Training for Probate Court and Adult Protective Services Employees

Managing Sexually Inappropriate Behavior Among Mentally Ill

Managing Pathogen Spread in the Learning Environment

Using Pet Therapy to Promote Calmness in Group Home Environments

 Managing Racial Prejudice Among Group Home Residents

Marketing Adult Day Services Effectively Includes actual owner experiences.

Managing Safe and Efficient Transportation Services for Group Homes

DIY Home Repairs Group Home Personnel Can Tackle

Why Group Home Staff Should Have Knowledge About Potential Negative Drug Interactions

Things to Consider Before Expanding a Group Home Business

How to Calculate Your Cost of Care in Group Home Operations

How to Justify and Articulate Your Minimum Reimbursement Rate in Group Homes

Important Tips for Accident Prevention in the Group Home

Why Establish Relationships with Physicians and Which Specializations

Managing Aggression & Violence as a Protective Services Worker

Physical Safeguards When a Mentally Ill Resident is Physically Aggressive

How to Help Those with Developmental or Intellectual Limitations to Learn New Things

How Incorporating Group Reading Nights Can Add to Life Enjoyment for Group Home Residents.

How to Compose Monthly Reports to Guardians.

The Value of Contracted Nurses in Group Homes.

Coping When a New Resident Has Been Food Deprived.

Rendering Aid When a New Resident Has Been  Sexually Abused.

Strategies for Minimizing Poor Employee Attendance

Managing the Environment in Presence of a Communicable Ailment

Strategies for Minimizing Neighbor Complaints About Residents

Process and Importance of Respecting a Resident’s Religious Freedom

Strategies for Helping Residents Avoid Sedentary Lifestyles

What Can Be Done to Help Residents Prevent and/or Manage Coronary Artery Disease

Medical Cannabis in the Group Home? Why? How? Protocols. Cautions.

Financing Options for Group Home Start-Up and Expansion

Controlling Humidity to Prevent Microbial Growth in the Group Home

Why You Never Ignore Headache Complaints from Residents

When a Nursing Home Might Be The Best Discharge Option

What You Should Know About Flesh Eating Bacteria

Overcoming Billing Denials When Working with Insurers

Contracting with Medicaid Waiver Agents – The Why and the How…

What is Really Meant by the Term: barrier Free?

Giving Your Best; Without Burnout

Understanding Bipolar Disorder and Being a Valuable Support for Those With It…

Assisting the Resident with a Pornography Addiction

Understanding the Resident with Myasthenia Gravis

The Role of Emotional Intelligence in Rendering Care

4.5 CEUS

Universal First Aid

Human Trafficking: What Care Providers Need to Know

Continuing Education for 4.5 total participant hours by NAB/NCERS—Approval #20250228-4.50-A98302-DL


How Best to Deal With Difficult People: Residents, Employees and Resident Family Members

Person-Centered Program Planning

Guardianships and Conservatorships: Types, Limitations and Authority

Understanding and Working with Schizophrenia

Being of Assistance to the Resident with CIDP

Helping Police Deal Safely with Behavioral Residents

5.25 CEUS

Implicit Bias and Why it Does Not Belong in Care


Ergonomics Value of and Application in Care Settings


Lift-Free Human Transfers

Wound Prevention and Management

Wills, Trusts and Spend Downs; What Care Providers Must Know

Basic Medication Administration

Key Elements of Grant Writing

The Special Dynamics of Traumatic Brain Injury

Wills, Trusts and Spend Downs; What Care Providers Must Know

Strategies for Effective Group Home Leadership


Working With People – A Residential Mental Health Product


Succeeding in the Business End of Providing Community Based Care Services

Advanced Medication Administration

PIP Billing and Service Documentation