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Attitudes and Behaviors of Being a Professional

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.

   English

   Audio Included

   CE Credit Hours: 1 Hour

   Length: 1 Hour

   State Code(s)
CDPH Approval: NAC# 7098

WA DSHS CE Code: CO2235783

   English

   Audio Included

   CE Credit Hours: 1 Hour

   Length: 1 Hour

   State Code(s): CDPH Approval: NAC# 7098

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