Staff Resources

Staff Resources

Staff Email Directory

Where to send forms and questions: 

Send in mandatory documents: hrdocs@cplf.ca for example insurance, driver’s license, police clearances, external training certificates, etc.

Questions about schedules and holidays: Your Case Manager

Time off requests: reception@cplf.ca

Vacation pay: vacationpay@cplf.ca

Time sheets: timesheets@cplf.ca to send the first week of the following month for the previous month’s work

Report for alternative work: alternatework@cplf.ca is to be utilized before the beginning of your shift if your client has cancelled

Statutory Holidays

Admin Office Closure & No Day Programs (unless pre-approved)

2022

Labour Day: Monday, September 5

Thanksgiving Day: Monday, October 10

Remembrance Day: Friday, November 11

Christmas Day: Sunday, December 25

2023

New Year’s Day: Sunday, January 1

Alberta Family Day: Monday, February 20

Good Friday: Friday, April 7

Victoria Day: Monday, May 22

Canada Day: Saturday, July 1

CPLF Forms

If you’re a current staff member and need to submit a document directly to CPLF, send it to hrdocs@cplf.ca

*Important*  To save an interactive document with your filled information, please download Adobe Acrobat Reader then download the document from your browser. Save the document on your computer with the correct name and submit the filled out form.

Staff Forms 

Client Professional Appointment: 
PDF   Word

Doctor’s Case Notes:
PDF   Word 

Doctor’s Case Notes Example

Expense Report: 
PDF   Word 

Fire Drill Form:   
PDF   Word

First Aid Log Sheet:   
PDF   Word

 

Hourly Time Sheet:   
PDF   Word

Incident Report:   
PDF   Word

Medication Administration Form: 
PDF    Word

PRN Administration Record Form: 
PDF    Word

Respite Time Sheet Form: 
PDF    Word

Shift Report Form:   
PDF   Word

Support Staff Month End Report:   

PDF   Word

Time off Request Form (Support Staff):   
PDF   Word

Vacation Pay Request Form:   
PDF   Word

Water Temperature Form:   
PDF   Word

CPLF Policies & Procedures

Training Programs

To access the CPLF Orientation presentation, please click the link below. Contact training@cplf.ca for further information.

Medication Administration Course

Course Outline:

The Medication Administration course has been designed to be a user friendly experience that features:

  • closed captioning
  • plainer language
  • interactive case studies
  • presentations by medical professionals
  • new and updated resources
  • current topics and best practices for medication administration


The course has been developed by Registered Nurses, in good standing with the College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (CARNA). It meets the accreditation standards for the Alberta Council of Disability Services (Creating Excellence Together) and the Canadian Accreditation Council.

To register for the Medication Administration Course contact training@cplf.ca.

Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol

Course Outline:

The Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol is a policy framework for the Persons with Developmental Disabilities Program (PDD). The purpose of the protocol is to provide a guideline that identifies processes and accountability measures related to abuse prevention and response. It describes the requirements for reporting and responding to abuse allegations that PDD stakeholders are to follow. PDD stakeholders including staff, management and contracted workers of Community Service Providers, Family Managed Services administrators,and staff of family managed services as well as PDD direct operations and PDD regional staff are required to comply with the Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol. These stakeholders must be trained on the Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol.

 

To register for the Abuse Prevention and Response Protocol Course contact training@cplf.ca.

 

Non-Violent Crisis Intervention® Training (CPI)

Course Outline:

With a focus on prevention, our core training program equips staff with proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. It’s been setting the standard for crisis prevention and intervention training for over 35 years, and can help your organization:

  • Reduce the risk of injury.
  • Comply with legislative mandates.
  • Meet regulatory/accreditation standards.
  • Improve staff retention.
  • Minimize exposure to liability.
  • Promote Care, Welfare, Safety, and Security

 

To register for the Non-Violent Crisis Intervention Training (CPI) Course contact training@cplf.ca.