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Family Learning Center

Families are the backbone of care in this country, accounting for nearly 80% of all care delivered to adults. Supporting family caregivers is one way to build a strong relationship with these members of your community, while clearly establishing your reputation as caregiving experts – the one to turn to when the family needs help. For families of existing clients, including them as full members of the care team builds greater satisfaction and happier customers.

Here are some of the resources that may assist you in providing home care.
Please to view instruction from the Institute for Professional Care Education.

Becoming a Caregiver
Tasks of a Caregiver
Communicating with Others
Understanding Senior Rights
Promoting Personal Independence
Understanding Elder Abuse
Human Needs and Development
Body Systems and the Aging Process
Common Chronic Diseases
Common Communicable Diseases
Handling Difficult Situations & Behaviors, Part 1
Handling Difficult Situations & Behaviors, Part 2
First Aid: Burns and Poisons
First Aid: Chocking and Falls
First Aid: Heart Attack and Shock
First Aid: Other Sudden Emergencies
First Aid: Stoke and Wounds
Controlling Infection
Environmental Hazards and Safety
Promoting and Maintaining Good Mobility
Nutrition and Hydration
Providing Personal Care
Helping Around the House
Providing Skin Care
Measuring Vital Signs
Observation, Reporting and Recording
End of Life Care
Avoiding Caregiver Stress
Signs and Symptoms
In their shoes: A person's perspective
What families should know
Diagnosis & the caregivers role
Learning to Communicate
Daily Care Skills
Practicing good hygiene
Environment is important
Creating a calming, restful environment
Activities for Special People
Household chores can be FUN
Preventing weight loss
Improving diet & nutrition
Challenging behaviors: Prevention
Challenging behaviors: Priorities & protocol
Challenging behaviors: Violence & Aggression
Challenging behaviors: After an event
Managing pain & non-verbal cues
Assessments and Care Planning
Documenting care
Wandering: Staying safe


 
Family Learning Center

Families are the backbone of care in this country, accounting for nearly 80% of all care delivered to adults. Supporting family caregivers is one way to build a strong relationship with these members of your community, while clearly establishing your reputation as caregiving experts – the one to turn to when the family needs help. For families of existing clients, including them as full members of the care team builds greater satisfaction and happier customers.

Here are some of the resources that may assist you in providing home care.

Becoming a Caregiver
Tasks of a Caregiver
Communicating with Others
Understanding Senior Rights
Promoting Personal Independence
Understanding Elder Abuse
Human Needs and Development
Body Systems and the Aging Process
Common Chronic Diseases
Common Communicable Diseases
Handling Difficult Situations & Behaviors, Part 1
Handling Difficult Situations & Behaviors, Part 2
First Aid: Burns and Poisons
First Aid: Chocking and Falls
First Aid: Heart Attack and Shock
First Aid: Other Sudden Emergencies
First Aid: Stoke and Wounds
Controlling Infection
Environmental Hazards and Safety
Promoting and Maintaining Good Mobility
Nutrition and Hydration
Providing Personal Care
Helping Around the House
Providing Skin Care
Measuring Vital Signs
Observation, Reporting and Recording
End of Life Care
Avoiding Caregiver Stress
Signs and Symptoms
In their shoes: A person's perspective
What families should know
Diagnosis & the caregivers role
Learning to Communicate
Daily Care Skills
Practicing good hygiene
Environment is important
Creating a calming, restful environment
Activities for Special People
Household chores can be FUN
Preventing weight loss
Improving diet & nutrition
Challenging behaviors: Prevention
Challenging behaviors: Priorities & protocol
Challenging behaviors: Violence & Aggression
Challenging behaviors: After an event
Managing pain & non-verbal cues
Assessments and Care Planning
Documenting care
Wandering: Staying safe