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PDF courses offer your caregivers a newsletter-style format perfect for Instructor-Led Training or Self-Study Learning.
Bundle and save these three topics to create a comprehensive learning experience for caregivers who help clients with self-administered medications.
A collection of easy-to-digest snippets of information on all the little things you need to know to find success in your new role as a Home Care Nursing Supervisor.
This course provides an overview of the nurse delegation process. It includes real-world scenarios intended to encourage critical thinking while assessing one’s own responsibility in the delegation process.
This course provides an overview of the five social determinants of health and indirect discrimination for caregivers.
This course provides an overview of palliative care, including the six components of palliative care.
This course helps caregivers understand common dementia-related behaviors and triggers.
An overview of the many reasons why clients may be non-compliant with their plans of care. Includes information on eight …
An overview of transportations safety. Includes how to keep clients safe, avoid common distractions, respond to emergencies, and keep a well-maintained car.
An overview of human trafficking. Includes how to spot it, how to help someone who may be in trouble, and how to avoid a situation like this from happening to you.
An in-depth look at the three most common bloodborne pathogens—Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV.
An overview of corporate compliance that guides caregivers through the process of recognizing, avoiding, and reporting fraud, waste, and abuse.
An overview of best practices and common sense advice on caring for the unique needs of infants.
This module provides information on caring for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, school-aged children, and adolescents.
This module provides information on the physical, social, emotional, and cognitive growth adolescents are expected to follow.
An in-depth look into HIV and AIDS–including terms to know, stages of the disease, how it is spread, and what caregivers can do to help treat and prevent it.
A lesson for caregivers on how pain affects the elderly, including common causes and types of pain.
Caregivers will learn how to help prevent the spread of C. difficile during their daily work by utilizing contact precautions.
This module provides information on the special nutrient needs of the elderly and how to prepare/serve good food on a tight budget.
A general overview of the causes and management of intellectual disablities.
This inservice provides caregivers with the definition of teamwork and provides tips for people who work with a team.
An overview of what it means to care for a client who keeps kosher, and how the caregiver can help prepare kosher foods.
An excellent overview of women’s health–and what the caregiver can do to keep female clients as healthy as possible.
This course offers an overview of winter weather terms, the dangers of hypothermia and frostbite, and tips for driving safely during winter weather.
A lesson on surgery–including how the caregiver can help clients deal with the physical and emotional aspects of the surgical experience.
This important inservice explains the types of workplace violence and why healthcare workers are most at risk.
This course provides caregivers with the tools and tips they need to help their elderly clients use technology to enhance their quality of life.
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.
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.
An overview of the risk factors and warning signs of suicidal behavior.
This inservice gives an overview of different types of sleep disorders including conditions that induce sleep and those that prevent it.
This topic reviews the signs and symptoms of shingles and discusses the caregivers’ role in treating and preventing the condition.
Caregivers will learn the symptoms of sepsis, the most common sources of infection and ways that they can help prevent sepsis from occurring.
This module provides caregivers with a general overview of the common causes of seizures.
An overview of schizophrenia, including information about the types, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of the disease.
This course offers caregivers information about restraints, both physical and chemical.
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