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Infection Prevention and Control for Assisted Living Providers

By iCare

November 10, 2020


It is estimated that 1 to 3 million serious infections occur every year in:

  • nursing homes
  • skilled nursing facilities
  • assisted living facilities

With the danger of COVID to the elderly population who rely on others to care for them, it is imperative that providers and care-givers remember to practice basic infection control processes.  Residents and patients depend on you each day for their health and well-being.  By reminding staff the importance of disease prevention protocols and reviewing these measures regularly, we can reduce the spread of infection and ultimately save lives.

The CDC offers infection prevention training courses to aid in the prevention and spread of disease within long-term care facilities. 

Click the blue button below to review the training courses they offer. 


Access the Nursing Home Infection Preventionist Training Course


For more on COVID and disease control, please visit the Centers for Disease Control website.  The Wisconsin Department of Health Services also offers many resources and guidance for health care professionals and residential care facilities.  Learn more and save lives!

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