Stay Tuned for the February Networking with NAPP Webinar Details...
2017 Annual Meeting for the National Association of PASRR Professionals January 25th @1pm EST/12pm CST: Current Members Register HERE
View Archived Webinars HERE
The National Association of PASRR Professionals (NAPP) is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to advancing the profession of individuals and organizations working in the federally mandated Pre-admission Screening and Resident Review Program (PASRR).
Preadmission Screening and Resident Review
Preadmission Screening and Resident Review (PASRR) is a federal requirement to help ensure that individuals are not inappropriately placed in nursing homes for long term care. PASRR requires that 1) all applicants to a Medicaid-certified nursing facility be evaluated for serious mental illness (SMI) and/or intellectual disability; 2) be offered the most appropriate setting for their needs (in the community, a nursing facility, or acute care settings); and 3) receive the services they need in those settings.
Ever wonder who is on the NAPP Board of Directors?...See the NAPP organizational structure below containing both committee & sub-committee meeting times. Feel free to send questions or comments to email@example.com
Check out some of the resources from the Ohio Money Follows the Person (MFP) program that were discussed in a recent webinar on MDS Section Q:
Long-Term Care Ombudsman Resources
Mental Health Ombudsman Training Materials
The following slide presentations come from a training manual that was developed in 2004 for the NY Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program by Dr. Susan Wehry, Associate Professor, University of Vermont College of Medicine. The goals of the training curriculum are to increase ombudsman comfort level in working with residents living in adult homes with mental health needs and to increase ombudsman ability to effectively advocate for these residents.
Mental Health Issues in Nursing Homes: I'm Glad You Asked - Susan Wehry, MD (2001)
Help for the Ombudsman: Assisting the Adult Home Resident - Susan Wehry, MD (2002)