Current research supports a broadening need to provide specialized care for specific clinical conditions, such as dementia and Alzheimer’s, diabetes, behavioral health issues, and preventing readmissions.
Do you offer specialized care? It’s true, your caregivers must be able to care for a wide range of clients. However, current research supports a broadening need to provide specialized care for specific clinical conditions, such as dementia and Alzheimer’s, diabetes, behavioral health issues, and preventing readmissions.
In order to care for the increasingly complex needs of an aging population, caregivers need more targeted, specialized education that prepares them to provide safe and comprehensive care for all the clients they serve.
The solution lies in Specialized Learning Paths!
What is a specialized learning path?
Specialized Learning Paths are pre-built sets of curriculum that focus on common conditions caregivers encounter with their clients. In the Know subscribers gain unlimited access to learning paths and can assign them to caregivers with just one click!
For example, ITK’s Caregiver Specialist Training in Alzheimer’s Disease provides 8 hours of training that focuses solely on caring for clients with Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Upon completion, your care team will be well-equipped to meet all your clients’ Alzheimer’s and dementia care needs.
Learners who complete the learning path receive a badge and certificate that designates them as a Specialist in Alzheimer’s and Dementia care.
Want to Learn More?
To learn more about our Specialist Learning Paths, download the free report, Your Guide to Advanced Training for Caregiver Specialists.