Webinars, Other Education, & Events

Introducing a new series in partnership with Substantial Compliance Consulting Group


This series will focus on the management and documentation of common challenging resident scenarios. The series will be conducted in a highly interactive workshop format using real examples, Case Management notes, Incident Reports, and other required documentation.

Sample topics that will be covered:

Recurrent Falls
Aggressive Behavioral Challenges
Wandering and Elopement
Poor Nutritional Intake and/or Meal Attendance
Noncompliance with Medications

Sessions will vary in length, based on the topic. CEUs will be awarded, based on the length of the session & attendance to the live broadcast.  

Cost: $70 ESAAL members / $140 non-members


Workshops will be led by:

Kathy Sindoni, RN, BSN, CLNC 

Kathy A. Sindoni, RN, BSN, CLNC has been a registered nurse for 25 years and has been professionally engaged in the assisted living network since 2001. She is the owner and chief consultant of Substantial Compliance Consulting Group, which provides professional assisted living service consultation and serves residences in various regions throughout New York State. As a consultant, Kathy provides assistance with regulatory compliance, DOH surveillance, quality assurance, team building, and many other such services. She is also a Certified Legal Nurse Consultant providing assistance to operators and/or attorneys on the medical or operational aspects of their cases. Kathy previously served as the Administrator and Case Manager of Bridges Cornell Heights, in Ithaca, New York from 2005-2013. Bridges became the first licensed EALR in NYS in April 2008. Additionally, Kathy serves on ESAAL’s Assisted Living Services Committee which acts as an advisory panel to the organization's Board of Directors. She has also served on the Department of Health EALR workgroup.



Jayne Perry, RN

Jayne Perry, RN has been a registered nurse for 34 years and has served in a professional leadership and management role for several years.  Jayne previously served as the Administrator in a 120-bed residence licensed as an Adult Home/Assisted Living Facility with an Assisted Living Program (ALP) and Enhanced Assisted Living Residence (EALR) program.  Jayne was also responsible for oversight of the Licensed Home Care Service Agency (LHCSA) that served the ALP population. While in this role, Jayne worked closely with RFR Consulting Group and Substantial Compliance Consulting Group to provide staff education and guidance regarding the NYSDOH rules and regulations for the Adult Home/Assisted Living Facility.   This included the creation of policies, forms, and systems specific to the various resident populations within the residence. Additionally, Jayne has experience in completing UAS-NY assessments and is NYS certified to perform PRI/Screen Assessments in the community and for Assisted Living residents.







Cara Groff, CMP, Event Coordinator: [email protected]