Established in 2001, Community Care Educational Services (CCES) is approved by the California Department of Social Services to provide certification programs for administrators and staff of Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly (RCFE) and Adult Residential Facilities (ARF). We offer training programs for the 80 hours for RCFE and 35 hours for ARF required for initial certification, and also a continuing education program for administrators and certificate holders seeking recertification.
Our training programs are continually updated to reflect the latest requirements and regulations pertaining to the industry. We are committed to delivering the highest quality education and have helped thousands of students gain the confidence and knowledge to enter the field of community care.
Milagros Tinio-Buenviaje, M.D.
Milagros Tinio-Buenviaje, M.D. leads all CCES courses and also provides private consultation services. She is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and served the State of California for 25 years as a physician at Agnews Developmental Center. Throughout her career, Dr. Tinio has cared for elderly and adults in a hospital setting, assured licensing compliance, and worked to place individuals with community care providers.
Aimee Buenviaje teaches First Aid. She is a certified instructor by the American Red Cross for over 8 years. She is a cum laude graduate of Boston University in Pre-Med/Psychology. In 2011, she obtained her M.B.A. from the University of San Francisco. Aimee has been working for State Compensation Insurance Fund for over 15 years and is currently a Finance Manager.
Jeff Jhunell Sumabat
Jeff is currently the Resident Services Director of the Memory Unit at Wind Chimes . He is doing his MBA in Health Administration and is one of the instructors of the Initial Training Program for RCFE ‘s live classes and Continuing Education.