In-Service Trainings

  • Understanding Suicide

    An overview of the risk factors and warning signs of suicidal behavior.


  • Urinary Tract Infections: Your Role in Recognizing, Preventing & Treating UTIs

    This course provides caregivers with an overview of the urinary system; the causes, symptoms and risk factors for UTI; and ways to help a client prevent and treat a UTI.


  • Using Assistive Devices

    This module provides caregivers with an overview of a variety of assistive devices available to improve the quality of life of clients with limitations and/or disabilities.


  • Using Technology with Seniors

    This course provides caregivers with the tools and tips they need to help their elderly clients use technology to enhance their quality of life.


  • Violence in the Workplace

    This important inservice explains the types of workplace violence and why healthcare workers are most at risk.


  • What You Should Know About Surgery

    A lesson on surgery–including how the caregiver can help clients deal with the physical and emotional aspects of the surgical experience.


  • Winter Safety Tips

    This course offers an overview of winter weather terms, the dangers of hypothermia and frostbite, and tips for driving safely during winter weather.


  • Women’s Health Issues

    An excellent overview of women’s health–and what the caregiver can do to keep female clients as healthy as possible.


  • Working in Kosher Homes

    An overview of what it means to care for a client who keeps kosher, and how the caregiver can help prepare kosher foods.


  • Working with a Team

    This inservice provides caregivers with the definition of teamwork and provides tips for people who work with a team.


  • Working with Clients who have Intellectual Disabilities

    A general overview of the causes and management of intellectual disablities.


  • Working with Difficult & Combative People

    This module provides caregivers with an overview of the types of difficult people they may have to work with on a daily basis.



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