Understanding Depression – Russian
This course gives caregivers an overview of the main [...]
This course reviews the healthcare worker's role in supporting a client’s chosen faith during their unique end-of-life experience.
This course is an in-depth explanation of the Patient-Driven Groupings Model (PDGM).
This course will provide you with quick tips to help you better understand your role and what you can do to provide symptom relief for clients who are in pain.
This course covers best practices for employee safety based on the OSHA bloodborne pathogens standard and Centers for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines on standard precautions.
In this course, caregivers will get an overview of the dangers of immobility and learn how to improve their bedbound clients' quality of life.
This end-of-life course offers a look into how caregivers can establish open, trusting relationships with their clients by using professional communication skills, honesty, integrity, and kindness. The learner will review approaches for communicating respectfully, navigating difficult conversations, and communicating with children about end-of-life.
This course provides an overview of oxygen therapy, including reasons for supplemental oxygen use, types of delivery systems, important safety considerations, and tips for effective management of patients receiving oxygen therapy.
A general overview of the causes and management of intellectual disabilities.
Offers an overview of the types of difficult people caregivers may have to work with on a daily basis.
This module provides caregivers with an understanding of the difference between adherence and compliance and the consequences that can arise when clients fail to adhere to their care plan.
Provides an overview of wound care strategies for the most common wounds managed in the home environment.