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Nursing assistants work with patients from all walks of life and in all circumstances. This includes those who have an existing mental illness, and it is important to understand what impacts a mental illness...
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Nursing assistants work with patients from all walks of life and in all circumstances. This includes those who have an existing mental illness, and it is important to understand what impacts a mental illness may have on care as well as interactions. This course discusses the common mental health issues seen in clients, patients, and residents as well as how they impact daily activities and treatment options.
Nursing assistants work with patients from all walks of life and in all circumstances. This includes those who have an existing mental illness, and it is important to understand what impacts a mental illness may have on care as well as interactions. This course discusses the common mental health issues seen in clients, patients, and residents as well as how they impact daily activities and treatment options.
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Mental Health Technicians will care for patients through many stages of the healing process. Some patients, however, suffer from illnesses that have no cure. Other patients may be very elderly, and their...
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Mental Health Technicians will care for patients through many stages of the healing process. Some patients, however, suffer from illnesses that have no cure. Other patients may be very elderly, and their body is slowly shutting down. In both cases these patients are approaching death, which is the inevitable end to all human lives. It’s the role of the Mental Health Technicians to see that these patients, clients, and residents are made comfortable and maintain their dignity to the end. This course discusses how mental health technicians can appropriately care for terminally ill patients who are approaching death. Mental Health technicians will explore treatment options, the stages of grief, and how to care for a dying patient.
Mental Health Technicians will care for patients through many stages of the healing process. Some patients, however, suffer from illnesses that have no cure. Other patients may be very elderly, and their body is slowly shutting down. In both cases these patients are approaching death, which is the inevitable end to all human lives. It’s the role of the Mental Health Technicians to see that these patients, clients, and residents are made comfortable and maintain their dignity to the end. This course discusses how mental health technicians can appropriately care for terminally ill patients who are approaching death. Mental Health technicians will explore treatment options, the stages of grief, and how to care for a dying patient.
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Chances are Direct Support Professionals will care for many cancer patients over the course of their careers. Having a better understanding of the causes of and treatment for cancer helps Direct Support...
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Chances are Direct Support Professionals will care for many cancer patients over the course of their careers. Having a better understanding of the causes of and treatment for cancer helps Direct Support Professionals give better care to their patients, clients, and residents who will suffer from cancer. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals about the impact of cancer on people as well as how they can help their patients, clients, and residents cope with the disease.
Chances are Direct Support Professionals will care for many cancer patients over the course of their careers. Having a better understanding of the causes of and treatment for cancer helps Direct Support Professionals give better care to their patients, clients, and residents who will suffer from cancer. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals about the impact of cancer on people as well as how they can help their patients, clients, and residents cope with the disease.
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Historically, those living with developmental disabilities in the United States faced much discrimination, segregation from others and exclusion from education, work, housing, and even from routine daily...
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Historically, those living with developmental disabilities in the United States faced much discrimination, segregation from others and exclusion from education, work, housing, and even from routine daily activities. Today, people with developmental disorders have the same basic legal, civil and human rights as other citizens. The U.S. Constitution, federal laws, and federal court decisions have established these rights. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals strategies for advocating for their clients and promoting their civil rights. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
Historically, those living with developmental disabilities in the United States faced much discrimination, segregation from others and exclusion from education, work, housing, and even from routine daily activities. Today, people with developmental disorders have the same basic legal, civil and human rights as other citizens. The U.S. Constitution, federal laws, and federal court decisions have established these rights. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals strategies for advocating for their clients and promoting their civil rights. This course is designed for entry-level Direct Support Professionals.
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The human body is a complex machine, performing best when all its parts are healthy, doing what they are supposed to do. People constantly experience internal and external forces that threaten the body's...
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The human body is a complex machine, performing best when all its parts are healthy, doing what they are supposed to do. People constantly experience internal and external forces that threaten the body's health, which can lead to disease and illness. It is an important part of the Direct Support Professionals job to notice and report signs of disease in their patient, clients, and residents. They also play an important role ensuring their patients have the treatment and right care that best helps their natural body defenses heal themselves. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals how medical professionals classify and diagnose diseases and illnesses in order to prescribe a course of treatment for patients, residents, and clients.
The human body is a complex machine, performing best when all its parts are healthy, doing what they are supposed to do. People constantly experience internal and external forces that threaten the body's health, which can lead to disease and illness. It is an important part of the Direct Support Professionals job to notice and report signs of disease in their patient, clients, and residents. They also play an important role ensuring their patients have the treatment and right care that best helps their natural body defenses heal themselves. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals how medical professionals classify and diagnose diseases and illnesses in order to prescribe a course of treatment for patients, residents, and clients.
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The human body is a complex machine, performing best when all its parts are healthy, doing what they are supposed to do. People constantly experience internal and external forces that threaten the body’s...
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The human body is a complex machine, performing best when all its parts are healthy, doing what they are supposed to do. People constantly experience internal and external forces that threaten the body’s health, which can lead to disease and illness. Medical doctors diagnose diseases, then order a treatment plan to cure them. It is an important part of the Mental Health Technician's job to notice and report signs of disease in their patients, clients, and residents. They also play an important role ensuring their patients have the treatment and right care that best helps their natural body defenses to heal themselves. This course will teach current and future Mental Health Technicians how medical professionals classify and diagnose diseases and illnesses in order to prescribe a course of treatment for patients, residents, and clients.
The human body is a complex machine, performing best when all its parts are healthy, doing what they are supposed to do. People constantly experience internal and external forces that threaten the body’s health, which can lead to disease and illness. Medical doctors diagnose diseases, then order a treatment plan to cure them. It is an important part of the Mental Health Technician's job to notice and report signs of disease in their patients, clients, and residents. They also play an important role ensuring their patients have the treatment and right care that best helps their natural body defenses to heal themselves. This course will teach current and future Mental Health Technicians how medical professionals classify and diagnose diseases and illnesses in order to prescribe a course of treatment for patients, residents, and clients.
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Mobility is an important part of human activity. From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition. Most patients,...
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Mobility is an important part of human activity. From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition. Most patients, clients, and residents are used to an active lifestyle, so they can become frustrated when they cannot move around like they did before an illness, injury, or old age set in. The Direct Support Professional should understand this frustration, and learn to help patients, clients, and residents with ambulation. Sometimes this means understanding their limitations and setting boundaries, while at other times it means helping them use devices like walkers and wheelchairs. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals several ways to assist a patient, client, or resident with ambulation.
Mobility is an important part of human activity. From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition. Most patients, clients, and residents are used to an active lifestyle, so they can become frustrated when they cannot move around like they did before an illness, injury, or old age set in. The Direct Support Professional should understand this frustration, and learn to help patients, clients, and residents with ambulation. Sometimes this means understanding their limitations and setting boundaries, while at other times it means helping them use devices like walkers and wheelchairs. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals several ways to assist a patient, client, or resident with ambulation.
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Mobility is an important part of human activity. From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition. Most patients,...
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Mobility is an important part of human activity. From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition. Most patients, clients, and residents are used to an active lifestyle, so they can become frustrated when they cannot move around like they did before an illness, injury, or old age set in.
Mobility is an important part of human activity. From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition. Most patients, clients, and residents are used to an active lifestyle, so they can become frustrated when they cannot move around like they did before an illness, injury, or old age set in.
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Mobility is an important part of human activity.  From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition.  Most patients,...
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Mobility is an important part of human activity.  From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition.  Most patients, clients, and residents are used to an active lifestyle, so they can become frustrated when they cannot move around like they did before an illness, injury, or old age set in. This course will teach current and future Mental Health Technicians several ways to assist a patient, client, or resident with ambulation.
Mobility is an important part of human activity.  From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition.  Most patients, clients, and residents are used to an active lifestyle, so they can become frustrated when they cannot move around like they did before an illness, injury, or old age set in. This course will teach current and future Mental Health Technicians several ways to assist a patient, client, or resident with ambulation.
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Mobility is an important part of human activity.  From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition.  Most patients,...
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Mobility is an important part of human activity.  From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition.  Most patients, clients, and residents are used to an active lifestyle, so they can become frustrated when they cannot move around like they did before an illness, injury, or old age set in. This Client Mobility and Transfer Skills for Mental Health Technicians course discusses how healthcare professionals can assist patients, clients, or residents when transferring from one location to another while injured, ill, or experiencing reduced mobility.
Mobility is an important part of human activity.  From an early age, people have a need to move from place to place, and they learn ways to do this regardless of their physical condition.  Most patients, clients, and residents are used to an active lifestyle, so they can become frustrated when they cannot move around like they did before an illness, injury, or old age set in. This Client Mobility and Transfer Skills for Mental Health Technicians course discusses how healthcare professionals can assist patients, clients, or residents when transferring from one location to another while injured, ill, or experiencing reduced mobility.
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Many patients, clients, and residents may have some difficulty getting out of bed, walking around, bathing, or using a wheel chair. These difficulties can lead to incidents of patient injuries when they fall...
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Many patients, clients, and residents may have some difficulty getting out of bed, walking around, bathing, or using a wheel chair. These difficulties can lead to incidents of patient injuries when they fall or attempt to do something beyond their means. The Direct Support Professional can prevent these incidents by learning how to best position patients and how to help them move around.
Many patients, clients, and residents may have some difficulty getting out of bed, walking around, bathing, or using a wheel chair. These difficulties can lead to incidents of patient injuries when they fall or attempt to do something beyond their means. The Direct Support Professional can prevent these incidents by learning how to best position patients and how to help them move around.
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While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the...
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While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the professionals overseeing treatment and not the client. When the client is not responsible for a treatment failure, they may view that as a grievance against their provider. Grievances are defined as written complaints by a client stating that a facility, program, or provider wrongly denied them, reduced, or terminated services. Grievance procedures can help both providers and clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the community that they serve. This overview of patient/client grievances will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in both healthcare and behavioral health settings. The overview will also explore situations where clients would file a grievance before discussing the application and appeals process.
While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the professionals overseeing treatment and not the client. When the client is not responsible for a treatment failure, they may view that as a grievance against their provider. Grievances are defined as written complaints by a client stating that a facility, program, or provider wrongly denied them, reduced, or terminated services. Grievance procedures can help both providers and clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the community that they serve. This overview of patient/client grievances will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in both healthcare and behavioral health settings. The overview will also explore situations where clients would file a grievance before discussing the application and appeals process.
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While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the...
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While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the professionals overseeing treatment and not the client. When the client is not responsible for a treatment failure, they may view that as a grievance against their provider. Grievances are defined as written complaints by a client stating that a facility, program, or provider wrongly denied them, reduced, or terminated services. Grievance procedures can help both providers and clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the community that they serve. This overview of patient/client grievances will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in both healthcare and behavioral health settings. The overview will also explore situations where clients would file a grievance before discussing the application and appeals process.
While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the professionals overseeing treatment and not the client. When the client is not responsible for a treatment failure, they may view that as a grievance against their provider. Grievances are defined as written complaints by a client stating that a facility, program, or provider wrongly denied them, reduced, or terminated services. Grievance procedures can help both providers and clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the community that they serve. This overview of patient/client grievances will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in both healthcare and behavioral health settings. The overview will also explore situations where clients would file a grievance before discussing the application and appeals process.
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When poor treatment outcomes occur that are not because a patient does not complete their treatment as prescribed, they may view this treatment failure as being the fault of the healthcare provider. When a...
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When poor treatment outcomes occur that are not because a patient does not complete their treatment as prescribed, they may view this treatment failure as being the fault of the healthcare provider. When a patient believes the provider is at fault for treatment failures, a grievance may be filed by the patient. Mental health technicians should be familiar with grievance procedures, as they can help clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the population that they serve. This course will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in healthcare settings, situations when clients would file a grievance, and the application and appeals process.
When poor treatment outcomes occur that are not because a patient does not complete their treatment as prescribed, they may view this treatment failure as being the fault of the healthcare provider. When a patient believes the provider is at fault for treatment failures, a grievance may be filed by the patient. Mental health technicians should be familiar with grievance procedures, as they can help clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the population that they serve. This course will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in healthcare settings, situations when clients would file a grievance, and the application and appeals process.
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While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the...
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While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the professionals overseeing treatment and not the client. When the client is not responsible for a treatment failure, they may view that as a grievance against their provider. Grievances are defined as written complaints by a client stating that a facility, program, or provider wrongly denied them, reduced, or terminated services. Grievance procedures can help both providers and clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the community that they serve. This overview of patient/client grievances will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in both healthcare and behavioral health settings. The overview will also explore situations where clients would file a grievance before discussing the application and appeals process.
While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the professionals overseeing treatment and not the client. When the client is not responsible for a treatment failure, they may view that as a grievance against their provider. Grievances are defined as written complaints by a client stating that a facility, program, or provider wrongly denied them, reduced, or terminated services. Grievance procedures can help both providers and clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the community that they serve. This overview of patient/client grievances will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in both healthcare and behavioral health settings. The overview will also explore situations where clients would file a grievance before discussing the application and appeals process.
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While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the...
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While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the professionals overseeing treatment and not the client. When the client is not responsible for a treatment failure, they may view that as a grievance against their provider. Grievances are defined as written complaints by a client stating that a facility, program, or provider wrongly denied them, reduced, or terminated services. Grievance procedures can help both providers and clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the community that they serve. This overview of patient/client grievances will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in both healthcare and behavioral health settings. The overview will also explore situations where clients would file a grievance before discussing the application and appeals process.
While there are a number of reasons for individuals to experience poor outcomes in treatment, there are occasions when the failure to complete part or all of treatment results from something done by the professionals overseeing treatment and not the client. When the client is not responsible for a treatment failure, they may view that as a grievance against their provider. Grievances are defined as written complaints by a client stating that a facility, program, or provider wrongly denied them, reduced, or terminated services. Grievance procedures can help both providers and clients navigate treatment failures. When done correctly, grievance procedures are a win-win for both service providers and the community that they serve. This overview of patient/client grievances will take an in-depth look at client rights and how they are connected to the grievance process in both healthcare and behavioral health settings. The overview will also explore situations where clients would file a grievance before discussing the application and appeals process.
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In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when...
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In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when they first became a part of medical and research programs to what we know now. While rights vary from state to state and county to county, the rights of patients and clients are a very important part of healthcare. This course will discuss client-patient rights terminology as well as how it changes based on the setting.
In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when they first became a part of medical and research programs to what we know now. While rights vary from state to state and county to county, the rights of patients and clients are a very important part of healthcare. This course will discuss client-patient rights terminology as well as how it changes based on the setting.
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In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when...
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In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when they first became a part of medical and research programs to what we know now. While rights vary from state to state and county to county, the rights of patients and clients are a very important part of healthcare. This course will discuss client-patient rights terminology as well as how it changes based on the setting.
In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when they first became a part of medical and research programs to what we know now. While rights vary from state to state and county to county, the rights of patients and clients are a very important part of healthcare. This course will discuss client-patient rights terminology as well as how it changes based on the setting.
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Mental health technicians should be familiar with the rights of their patients as medical care today is complex and full of navigation challenges that require all members of the care team to know and...
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Mental health technicians should be familiar with the rights of their patients as medical care today is complex and full of navigation challenges that require all members of the care team to know and implement. Client-patient rights will vary from state to state and county to county and even across settings, but they are always an essential part of healthcare and treatment. This course will discuss important client-patient rights terminology and how rights change based on the setting to appropriately equip mental health technicians to provide the highest level of care to their patients.
Mental health technicians should be familiar with the rights of their patients as medical care today is complex and full of navigation challenges that require all members of the care team to know and implement. Client-patient rights will vary from state to state and county to county and even across settings, but they are always an essential part of healthcare and treatment. This course will discuss important client-patient rights terminology and how rights change based on the setting to appropriately equip mental health technicians to provide the highest level of care to their patients.
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In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when...
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In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when they first became a part of medical and research programs to what we know now. While rights vary from state to state and county to county, the rights of patients and clients are a very important part of healthcare. This course will discuss client-patient rights terminology as well as how it changes based on the setting.
In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when they first became a part of medical and research programs to what we know now. While rights vary from state to state and county to county, the rights of patients and clients are a very important part of healthcare. This course will discuss client-patient rights terminology as well as how it changes based on the setting.
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In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when...
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In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when they first became a part of medical and research programs to what we know now. While rights vary from state to state and county to county, the rights of patients and clients are a very important part of healthcare. This course will discuss client-patient rights terminology as well as how it changes based on the setting.
In this day and age with all the things that can happen to a person and all of their information, client and patient rights are important to know and understand. Client-patient rights have changed from when they first became a part of medical and research programs to what we know now. While rights vary from state to state and county to county, the rights of patients and clients are a very important part of healthcare. This course will discuss client-patient rights terminology as well as how it changes based on the setting.
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When patients, clients, and residents are comfortable they feel calm and relaxed. Helping patients with their physical and emotional comfort is at the heart of the Direct Support Professional's job. When...
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When patients, clients, and residents are comfortable they feel calm and relaxed. Helping patients with their physical and emotional comfort is at the heart of the Direct Support Professional's job. When patients are physically and emotionally comfortable they are better able to rest and sleep, which improves their overall wellbeing and helps the body to heal.
When patients, clients, and residents are comfortable they feel calm and relaxed. Helping patients with their physical and emotional comfort is at the heart of the Direct Support Professional's job. When patients are physically and emotionally comfortable they are better able to rest and sleep, which improves their overall wellbeing and helps the body to heal.
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When patients, clients, and residents are comfortable they feel calm and relaxed. Helping patients with their physical and emotional comfort is at the heart of the healthcare professional’s job. When patients...
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When patients, clients, and residents are comfortable they feel calm and relaxed. Helping patients with their physical and emotional comfort is at the heart of the healthcare professional’s job. When patients are physically and emotionally comfortable, they are better able to rest and sleep, which improves their overall well-being and helps the body to heal. Mental health technicians are one of the primary givers of comfort on the patient care team, so their actions have a direct impact on the comfort and overall health of the people under their care. This course discusses how to provide clients, residents, and patients the comfort they need to reduce pain and promote healthy rest and sleep.
When patients, clients, and residents are comfortable they feel calm and relaxed. Helping patients with their physical and emotional comfort is at the heart of the healthcare professional’s job. When patients are physically and emotionally comfortable, they are better able to rest and sleep, which improves their overall well-being and helps the body to heal. Mental health technicians are one of the primary givers of comfort on the patient care team, so their actions have a direct impact on the comfort and overall health of the people under their care. This course discusses how to provide clients, residents, and patients the comfort they need to reduce pain and promote healthy rest and sleep.
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Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with those for whom they care, it helps patients feel less...
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Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with those for whom they care, it helps patients feel less isolated and can improve their sense of wellbeing. Often, the effects of aging, illness, and disabilities can become barriers to effective caregiver-patient communication. Paying attention to another’s communication needs is one of the most important duties of any healthcare provider. When they understand how the communication process works and how to effectively send and receive message, healthcare workers are better able to meet the needs of those for whom they care.
Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with those for whom they care, it helps patients feel less isolated and can improve their sense of wellbeing. Often, the effects of aging, illness, and disabilities can become barriers to effective caregiver-patient communication. Paying attention to another’s communication needs is one of the most important duties of any healthcare provider. When they understand how the communication process works and how to effectively send and receive message, healthcare workers are better able to meet the needs of those for whom they care.
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Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with those for whom they care, it helps patients feel less...
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Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with those for whom they care, it helps patients feel less isolated and can improve their sense of wellbeing. Often, the effects of aging, illness, and disabilities can become barriers to effective caregiver-patient communication. Paying attention to another’s communication needs is one of the most important duties of any healthcare provider. When they understand how the communication process works and how to effectively send and receive message, healthcare workers are better able to meet the needs of those for whom they care.
Communicating with others is a basic human need and the foundation for all social interactions. When healthcare workers effectively communicate with those for whom they care, it helps patients feel less isolated and can improve their sense of wellbeing. Often, the effects of aging, illness, and disabilities can become barriers to effective caregiver-patient communication. Paying attention to another’s communication needs is one of the most important duties of any healthcare provider. When they understand how the communication process works and how to effectively send and receive message, healthcare workers are better able to meet the needs of those for whom they care.
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