FREE!  Family Care Matters Training

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A loved one who needs assistance due to disability, injury, illness or the inevitable process of aging can be a stressful time for all involved. Understanding how to best respond with the appropriate resources available can make all the difference in assisting your loved one and improving your family’s quality of life.

Care Matters is proud to offer our clients and their families this FREE educational resource! Call or email us today for log in credentials!

A list of topics appearing in the Family Learning Center is presented below.  You do not need to be a client to access this resource.  Please contact us at (901) 853-6353 or fill out the form below to request log in details.

  • Making the Move: Transitions to Care, Part 1
  • Journey from Guilt to Joy: Transitions to Care, Part 2
  • Alzheimer’s: Signs and Symptoms
  • Alzheimer’s: In Their Shoes: A Person’s Perspective
  • Alzheimer’s: What Families Should Know
  • Alzheimer’s: Diagnosis & the Caregiver’s Role
  • Alzheimer’s: Learning to Communicate
  • Alzheimer’s: Daily Care Skills
  • Alzheimer’s: Practicing Good Hygiene
  • Alzheimer’s: Environment Is Important
  • Alzheimer’s: Creating a Calming, Restful Environment
  • Alzheimer’s: Activities For Special People
  • Alzheimer’s: Household Chores Can Be FUN
  • Alzheimer’s: Preventing Weight Loss
  • Alzheimer’s: Improving Diet and Nutrition
  • Alzheimer’s: Challenging Behaviors: Prevention
  • Alzheimer’s: Challenging Behaviors: Priorities and Protocol
  • Alzheimer’s: Challenging Behaviors: Violence and Aggression
  • Alzheimer’s: Challenging Behaviors: After an Event
  • Alzheimer’s: Managing Pain and Non-Verbal Cues
  • Alzheimer’s: Assessments and Care Planning
  • Alzheimer’s: Documenting Care
  • Alzheimer’s: Wandering: Staying Safe
  • Avoiding Caregiver Stress
  • Becoming a Caregiver
  • Body Systems and the Aging Process
  • Common Chronic Diseases
  • Common Communicable Diseases
  • Communicating with Others
  • Controlling Infection
  • Elimination and Toileting
  • End of Life Care
  • Environmental Hazards and Safety
  • First Aid: Burns and Poisons
  • First Aid: Choking and Falls
  • First Aid: Heart Attack and Shock
  • First Aid: Other Sudden Emergencies
  • First Aid: Choke and Wounds
  • Handling Difficult Situations and Behaviors, Part 1
  • Handling Difficult Situations and Behaviors, Part 2
  • Helping Around the House
  • Human Needs and Development
  • Measuring Vital Signs
  • Nutrition and Hydration
  • Observation, Reporting and Recording
  • Promoting and Maintaining Good Mobility
  • Promoting Personal Independence
  • Providing Personal Care
  • Proving Skin Care
  • Tasks of a Caregiver
  • Understanding Elder Abuse
  • Understanding Senior Rights

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FREE!  Family Care Matters Training

family-caregiver-education

A loved one who needs assistance due to disability, injury, illness or the inevitable process of aging can be a stressful time for all involved. Understanding how to best respond with the appropriate resources available can make all the difference in assisting your loved one and improving your family’s quality of life.

Care Matters is proud to offer our clients and their families this FREE educational resource! Call or email us today for log in credentials!

A list of topics appearing in the Family Learning Center is presented below.  You do not need to be a client to access this resource.  Please contact us at (901) 853-6353 or fill out the form below to request log in details.

  • Making the Move: Transitions to Care, Part 1
  • Journey from Guilt to Joy: Transitions to Care, Part 2
  • Alzheimer’s: Signs and Symptoms
  • Alzheimer’s: In Their Shoes: A Person’s Perspective
  • Alzheimer’s: What Families Should Know
  • Alzheimer’s: Diagnosis & the Caregiver’s Role
  • Alzheimer’s: Learning to Communicate
  • Alzheimer’s: Daily Care Skills
  • Alzheimer’s: Practicing Good Hygiene
  • Alzheimer’s: Environment Is Important
  • Alzheimer’s: Creating a Calming, Restful Environment
  • Alzheimer’s: Activities For Special People
  • Alzheimer’s: Household Chores Can Be FUN
  • Alzheimer’s: Preventing Weight Loss
  • Alzheimer’s: Improving Diet and Nutrition
  • Alzheimer’s: Challenging Behaviors: Prevention
  • Alzheimer’s: Challenging Behaviors: Priorities and Protocol
  • Alzheimer’s: Challenging Behaviors: Violence and Aggression
  • Alzheimer’s: Challenging Behaviors: After an Event
  • Alzheimer’s: Managing Pain and Non-Verbal Cues
  • Alzheimer’s: Assessments and Care Planning
  • Alzheimer’s: Documenting Care
  • Alzheimer’s: Wandering: Staying Safe
  • Avoiding Caregiver Stress
  • Becoming a Caregiver
  • Body Systems and the Aging Process
  • Common Chronic Diseases
  • Common Communicable Diseases
  • Communicating with Others
  • Controlling Infection
  • Elimination and Toileting
  • End of Life Care
  • Environmental Hazards and Safety
  • First Aid: Burns and Poisons
  • First Aid: Choking and Falls
  • First Aid: Heart Attack and Shock
  • First Aid: Other Sudden Emergencies
  • First Aid: Choke and Wounds
  • Handling Difficult Situations and Behaviors, Part 1
  • Handling Difficult Situations and Behaviors, Part 2
  • Helping Around the House
  • Human Needs and Development
  • Measuring Vital Signs
  • Nutrition and Hydration
  • Observation, Reporting and Recording
  • Promoting and Maintaining Good Mobility
  • Promoting Personal Independence
  • Providing Personal Care
  • Proving Skin Care
  • Tasks of a Caregiver
  • Understanding Elder Abuse
  • Understanding Senior Rights

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The training site is here:  Family Caregiver Training Site



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Affiliations

csa3Beverly Savage, CSA

   

IPCedlogo-200w

       

family-caregiver-education

            care-planning-council   tennessee-care-planning  

ClearCare

           

Better Business Bureau

         

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