Rebecca's staff are trained to the Department of Public Welfares staff training regulations.  At Rebecca's there are four classifications of staff, they are;

Administrator

The Administrator is charged with oversight of all the staff, resident admission and discharge, maintaining open communication with families regarding the residents, maintaining the home and records according to DPW regulations, oversight of medications, maintaining open communications with residents doctors. 

The Administrator must have completed the 100 hour Administrator Training Program and  24 hours of continuing education hours every year in the following areas; Fire  prevention and emergency preparadness, medication procedures, cpr , first aid, personal care services, regulations, nutrition and food handleing, recreation, care for residents with mental illness, resident rights, dementia, intellectual disabilities, community resources, staff supervision, budgeting, assessments, gerontology, abuse and neglect, cultural compentency, resident records.

RCD (Resident Care Director)

The RCD is charge with oversight of the residents themselves, oversight of the DCS, delivering medications as per doctors orders, documentation on any resident issues, assisting the DCS with ADL'S and IADLS with the residents.

RCD'S must have 12 hours of annual training that includes; 16 hour DPW approved mediction training program (one time program with observations completed each year by the trainer), ADL'S & IADL'S, personal hygiene, nutrition, universal precautions, infection control, aging, gerontology, activities, assessments and support plans, regulations, safe management techniques, staff person supervision, resident care, first aid, cpr

DCS (Direct Care Staff)

The DCS is charged with the direct care with the residents, ensuring that all ADL'S and IADL'S are completed, ensuring that there is open communication to and from the residents.

DCS must have 12 hours of annual training that includes the following;  ADL'S & IADL'S, personal hygiene, nutrition, universal precautions, infection control, aging, gerontology, activities, support plans, regulations, safe management  techniques resident care, first aid, cpr

Dietary

The Dietary staff is charged with maintaing resident records according to food allergies and dietary restrictions, preparing meals in accordance with DPW regulations and Rebecca's policies, preparing home cooked quality meals, maintaining that the food preperation areas are kept clean and safe.

Dietary Staff must have the same 12 hour training as the DCS, in addtion they must have the following training;  plating meals (amounts, looks, etc), use of spices, sanitation, food pyramid