LLL Aging- Module 2: Training & Support in Caregiving - 2 Credit Hours
Why Training Matters for Professional and Family Caregivers
Learn, Love & Leverage Aging Module 2- Training & Support in Caregiving
WHAT DOES THE COURSE COVER?
Dr. Elizabeth Gwyther South Africa- The Role of Being a "Carer"
Understand the various roles related to caregiving, from professionals, volunteers, community and family members, with a broad overview of the scenario's and deep insights of how to manage the various situations.
Lakelyn Hogan- Home Instead's Origin Story & Massive Global Impact
Learn how Home Instead Senior Care got started 23 years ago caring for older adults at home and how they have expanded their home care services worldwide. Individuals do not have to have a lot of experience to become a professional caregiver. As long as they have a caring heart, they can be trained on how to be a caregiver.
Julia Spears- Simple Quality Training- Elders Stay at Home
The lack of training for many professional and family caregivers that often leads to safety issues, as well as simple tools and resources to quickly learn what is needed via videos.
Margie Van Zyl Chapman- South African Care Forum
Keeping seniors active became a major initiative in South Africa - including creating exercises to get seniors out of wheelchairs and walking again. Inspiring the industry to support active aging is critical to reduce costs and increase quality of life.
Hayley Gleason- Home Health Aids Require Advocacy
The demand for the home care workforce is going to increase in demand rapidly as society ages and needs increase. It is one of the fastest growing profession in the country-more than any other healthcare role.
Age Without Borders exclusively interviewed all speakers for their video sessions, so you won’t find this content anywhere else. We have been told this is the most "Un-Boring" and useful course you can find for extended education hours regardless of profession.
Age Without Borders creates digital products in the aging industry from courses to Master Classes. Kari Henley has over 25 years experience in facilitation, instructional design, virtual education, and community building, and has been leading digital events in longevity. Judy Rough has been running businesses related to aging and longevity for over a decade and is an expert in developing content and materials for professionals working with older adults.