Being a professional is more than just having an education, some experience, and a regular paycheck. In any field, a person is considered a professional when they have specific attitudes and behaviors, such as self-respect, respect for others, accountability, reliability, and integrity. This course serves as a review of these attitudes and behaviors and how your caregivers can put them into action during their daily work.
Discuss the attitudes and behaviors necessary for being a professional.
Outline the standard professional dress code for all caregivers.
List at least three ways they can show respect for their clients and their clients' families.
Identify the behaviors that indicate when a person has accountability, reliability, and integrity.
Demonstrate professional attitudes and behaviors in their daily work with clients, clients' families, coworkers, and supervisors.
Course Length: 1 hour(s)
Audience: Home Health Aide; Hospice Aide; Nurse Assistant - CNA; Personal Care Aide
CE Credit: 1 hour(s)
CE Approval Statement: In the Know is an approved provider of online CNA continuing education in 49 states. (Exception: The state of Delaware provides free continuing education to all Delaware CNAs.)
Disclosures: The authors, planners and reviewers of this educational activity declare no conflicts of interest with this activity. There are no commercial interests or sponsorships related to this educational activity.