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PDF courses offer your caregivers a newsletter-style format perfect for Instructor-Led Training or Self-Study Learning.
This lesson provides caregivers with a review of the basic principles of client care documentation, including the ethics and legalities involved in documentation.
This course provides caregivers with simple A, B, C, and D guildelines to help maintain their clients’ dignity.
This course includes important information about fire safety–whether caregivers work in a facility or in a client’s home.
In this course, caregivers will review the dying process, how to recognize symptoms that signal death is near, how to provide comfort for dying clients and their families and how to care for the body once death has occurred.
This course provides caregivers with an overview of client elopement.
This inservice stresses the importance of mobility for all clients and discusses the factors that can lead to a loss of mobility.
An overview of the many reasons why clients may be non-compliant with their plans of care. Includes information on eight …
This course provides caregivers with a detailed overview of several types of dementia that they may encounter with their clients.
This essential module provides caregivers with an overview of how infections are spread and the role that handwashing and PPE play in infection control.
An overview of basic first aid including how to react to and handle emergency situations.
A general overview of the causes and management of intellectual disablities.
This course provides background on the basic biology of Alzheimer’s disease, its three stages and how it is diagnosed and treated.
A review of incontinence and how caregivers can help care for the clients who suffer from it.
An overview of the dangers of immobility and how CNAs can improve the quality of life in their bedbound clients.
Caregivers will review different types of neglect including passive and active neglect, domestic neglect and institutional neglect.
This lesson provides an update on the rights of healthcare consumers and how the Bill of Rights varies in different healthcare settings.
This course reinforces which appropriate activities have a positive effect on the behaviors associates with Alzheimer’s disease.
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