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La enfermedad terminal puede presentar una gran variedad de necesidades que deben abordarse para garantizar que la persona que se aproxima al final de su vida reciba la mejor atención y una mejor calidad de...
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La enfermedad terminal puede presentar una gran variedad de necesidades que deben abordarse para garantizar que la persona que se aproxima al final de su vida reciba la mejor atención y una mejor calidad de vida en los días restantes. Las necesidades de los enfermos terminales van desde lo inmediato y lo físico, como el manejo del dolor y el sufrimiento, hasta el psicológico, para abordar los sentimientos de miedo, ira, tristeza o depresión por saber que la muerte está cerca. En varios estudios se ha encontrado que los cuidadores familiares luchan emocionalmente y experimentan una falta de apoyo al cuidar a sus seres queridos al final de la vida. Las familias también han experimentado desafíos para encontrar el tipo de cuidado adecuado para sus seres queridos al final de la vida. Este curso analizará los desafíos de brindar atención a pacientes con enfermedades terminales, así como los mejores métodos de atención disponibles con estudios de caso para proporcionar ilustraciones de conceptos clave.
La enfermedad terminal puede presentar una gran variedad de necesidades que deben abordarse para garantizar que la persona que se aproxima al final de su vida reciba la mejor atención y una mejor calidad de vida en los días restantes. Las necesidades de los enfermos terminales van desde lo inmediato y lo físico, como el manejo del dolor y el sufrimiento, hasta el psicológico, para abordar los sentimientos de miedo, ira, tristeza o depresión por saber que la muerte está cerca. En varios estudios se ha encontrado que los cuidadores familiares luchan emocionalmente y experimentan una falta de apoyo al cuidar a sus seres queridos al final de la vida. Las familias también han experimentado desafíos para encontrar el tipo de cuidado adecuado para sus seres queridos al final de la vida. Este curso analizará los desafíos de brindar atención a pacientes con enfermedades terminales, así como los mejores métodos de atención disponibles con estudios de caso para proporcionar ilustraciones de conceptos clave.
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Terminal illness can present a myriad of needs that have to be addressed in order to ensure that the person approaching end of life receives the best care to ensure the best quality of life in their remaining...
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Terminal illness can present a myriad of needs that have to be addressed in order to ensure that the person approaching end of life receives the best care to ensure the best quality of life in their remaining days. The needs of the terminally ill range from the immediate and physical, such as the management of pain and suffering, to psychological in order to address feelings of fear, anger, sadness, or depression over knowing that death is near. There are also social needs that are important to address as the majority of individuals who require end-of-life care are the elderly, who are often prone to loneliness. There are also emotional and psychological needs for caretakers separate from the needs of the individual approaching the end of life. Family caretakers have been found in a number of studies to struggle emotionally and experience a lack of support when caring for loved ones at the end of life. Families have also experienced challenges in finding the appropriate type of care for loved ones at the end of life. This overview will discuss the challenges of providing end of life care to terminally ill patients, as well as the best methods of care available with case studies to provide illustrations of key concepts.
Terminal illness can present a myriad of needs that have to be addressed in order to ensure that the person approaching end of life receives the best care to ensure the best quality of life in their remaining days. The needs of the terminally ill range from the immediate and physical, such as the management of pain and suffering, to psychological in order to address feelings of fear, anger, sadness, or depression over knowing that death is near. There are also social needs that are important to address as the majority of individuals who require end-of-life care are the elderly, who are often prone to loneliness. There are also emotional and psychological needs for caretakers separate from the needs of the individual approaching the end of life. Family caretakers have been found in a number of studies to struggle emotionally and experience a lack of support when caring for loved ones at the end of life. Families have also experienced challenges in finding the appropriate type of care for loved ones at the end of life. This overview will discuss the challenges of providing end of life care to terminally ill patients, as well as the best methods of care available with case studies to provide illustrations of key concepts.
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Some Direct Support Professionals will work in a healthcare facility, some in a long-term residential or a special treatment facility, while still others work with clients in the client's own home. The Direct...
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Some Direct Support Professionals will work in a healthcare facility, some in a long-term residential or a special treatment facility, while still others work with clients in the client's own home. The Direct Support Professional is directly responsible for the safety of their clients, patients, and residents, as well as their own. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals the essential elements that keep them and others safe from workplace hazards, whether they are in a facility, residential home, or the client's home.
Some Direct Support Professionals will work in a healthcare facility, some in a long-term residential or a special treatment facility, while still others work with clients in the client's own home. The Direct Support Professional is directly responsible for the safety of their clients, patients, and residents, as well as their own. This course will teach current and future Direct Support Professionals the essential elements that keep them and others safe from workplace hazards, whether they are in a facility, residential home, or the client's home.
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Anyone who has ever been in charge of others at work has wondered about their ability to manage a diverse workforce. This can be especially challenging in a long-term care facility because managers are not...
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Anyone who has ever been in charge of others at work has wondered about their ability to manage a diverse workforce. This can be especially challenging in a long-term care facility because managers are not only responsible for the people they supervise, they are also responsible for everyone under their team’s care. At the very least, managing a diverse workforce means following all federal, state, and local equal employment opportunity laws. But the real purpose of a diversity program is to create a positive workplace where no one feels they are at an advantage or disadvantage, leading to a happier, more productive workforce. This course discusses the relevant employment laws, how diversity is measured, and how to create a more diverse workforce.
Anyone who has ever been in charge of others at work has wondered about their ability to manage a diverse workforce. This can be especially challenging in a long-term care facility because managers are not only responsible for the people they supervise, they are also responsible for everyone under their team’s care. At the very least, managing a diverse workforce means following all federal, state, and local equal employment opportunity laws. But the real purpose of a diversity program is to create a positive workplace where no one feels they are at an advantage or disadvantage, leading to a happier, more productive workforce. This course discusses the relevant employment laws, how diversity is measured, and how to create a more diverse workforce.
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La ergonomía es la ciencia que relaciona las condiciones de trabajo y las demandas laborales con las capacidades de la población trabajadora. El trabajo se compone de muchas tareas pequeñas, y estas tareas...
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La ergonomía es la ciencia que relaciona las condiciones de trabajo y las demandas laborales con las capacidades de la población trabajadora. El trabajo se compone de muchas tareas pequeñas, y estas tareas pueden conducir a lesiones del trabajador si no se ejecutan con seguridad. Los lugares de trabajo que entienden esto e incorporan principios de ergonomía, tienen menos lesiones relacionadas con el trabajo y empleados más felices. El curso discutirá la ergonomía, cómo aplicarla en el lugar de trabajo y el papel de la OSHA en la aplicación de la misma en el lugar de trabajo.
La ergonomía es la ciencia que relaciona las condiciones de trabajo y las demandas laborales con las capacidades de la población trabajadora. El trabajo se compone de muchas tareas pequeñas, y estas tareas pueden conducir a lesiones del trabajador si no se ejecutan con seguridad. Los lugares de trabajo que entienden esto e incorporan principios de ergonomía, tienen menos lesiones relacionadas con el trabajo y empleados más felices. El curso discutirá la ergonomía, cómo aplicarla en el lugar de trabajo y el papel de la OSHA en la aplicación de la misma en el lugar de trabajo.
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Ethical and Legal standards are the rules, morals, and laws that govern the behavior of healthcare providers and protect patients, clients, and residents.  During their shift, Direct Support Professionals...
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Ethical and Legal standards are the rules, morals, and laws that govern the behavior of healthcare providers and protect patients, clients, and residents.  During their shift, Direct Support Professionals make many decisions and take several actions, so it is important that they understand the ethical and legal standards they must follow.
Ethical and Legal standards are the rules, morals, and laws that govern the behavior of healthcare providers and protect patients, clients, and residents.  During their shift, Direct Support Professionals make many decisions and take several actions, so it is important that they understand the ethical and legal standards they must follow.
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Este curso enseñará a los Profesionales de Soporte Directo actuales y futuros sobre las diversas cuestiones éticas y legales que afectan sus decisiones y actividades diarias.
Este curso enseñará a los Profesionales de Soporte Directo actuales y futuros sobre las diversas cuestiones éticas y legales que afectan sus decisiones y actividades diarias.
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The goal of this course is to provide information that helps employer and employees know more about common fire emergencies that can happen in the workplace. It teaches employee awareness and knowledge of...
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The goal of this course is to provide information that helps employer and employees know more about common fire emergencies that can happen in the workplace. It teaches employee awareness and knowledge of various fire safety issues, promoting effective response practices for businesses and work facilities in general.
The goal of this course is to provide information that helps employer and employees know more about common fire emergencies that can happen in the workplace. It teaches employee awareness and knowledge of various fire safety issues, promoting effective response practices for businesses and work facilities in general.
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Fire safety in healthcare facilities like nursing homes, retirement homes, hospice, and eldercare facilities requires a special response by staff members that goes beyond what one expects in other...
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Fire safety in healthcare facilities like nursing homes, retirement homes, hospice, and eldercare facilities requires a special response by staff members that goes beyond what one expects in other organizations. This is because both patients and their families have placed a special trust in you to see to the safety of people who, in many cases, are not able to help themselves. The threat of fire is serious for any organization, but this is especially true in long-term healthcare facilities. This course discusses how fires are started and extinguished, fire prevention tactics, and how to act in the event of a fire emergency.
Fire safety in healthcare facilities like nursing homes, retirement homes, hospice, and eldercare facilities requires a special response by staff members that goes beyond what one expects in other organizations. This is because both patients and their families have placed a special trust in you to see to the safety of people who, in many cases, are not able to help themselves. The threat of fire is serious for any organization, but this is especially true in long-term healthcare facilities. This course discusses how fires are started and extinguished, fire prevention tactics, and how to act in the event of a fire emergency.
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Many accidents and injuries can occur in the workplace. Having a workplace first-aid program minimizes these risks by giving the injured or sick person some basic treatment until professional emergency...
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Many accidents and injuries can occur in the workplace. Having a workplace first-aid program minimizes these risks by giving the injured or sick person some basic treatment until professional emergency medical service personnel can arrive. This course IS NOT designed to be a primary or introductory lesson on first-aid and emergency response; rather it is intended to provide refresher training to workers who have already attended an initial first-aid training program.
Many accidents and injuries can occur in the workplace. Having a workplace first-aid program minimizes these risks by giving the injured or sick person some basic treatment until professional emergency medical service personnel can arrive. This course IS NOT designed to be a primary or introductory lesson on first-aid and emergency response; rather it is intended to provide refresher training to workers who have already attended an initial first-aid training program.
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Each year millions of Americans get sick, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized, and several thousand die from tainted food served in restaurants or prepared at home. This is unfortunate because most...
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Each year millions of Americans get sick, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized, and several thousand die from tainted food served in restaurants or prepared at home. This is unfortunate because most foodborne illnesses are caused when food is not handled properly.
Each year millions of Americans get sick, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized, and several thousand die from tainted food served in restaurants or prepared at home. This is unfortunate because most foodborne illnesses are caused when food is not handled properly.
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Cada año millones de Americanos se enferman, cientos de miles son hospitalizados, y varios miles mueren a causa de alimentos contaminados servido en restaurantes o preparada en casa. Esto es desafortunado...
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Cada año millones de Americanos se enferman, cientos de miles son hospitalizados, y varios miles mueren a causa de alimentos contaminados servido en restaurantes o preparada en casa. Esto es desafortunado porque la mayoría de las enfermedades transmitidas por alimentos es causada cuando la comida no se maneja correctamente. Sin importar si los trabajadores están en un completo establecimiento, trabajando un carro de deli de la esquina, cocinando para todos en el picnic anual de la empresa o simplemente poner un plato para la oficina mensual, es fundamental conocer y seguir las técnicas de seguridad de alimentos generalmente practicado por agencias locales, estatales y federales. Las mismas habilidades en el lugar de trabajo pueden aplicarse también en casa, dejando a los trabajadores mantener a sus familias y ser seguro. Este curso cubre técnicas de seguridad de alimentos en establecimientos de alimentación profesionales.
Cada año millones de Americanos se enferman, cientos de miles son hospitalizados, y varios miles mueren a causa de alimentos contaminados servido en restaurantes o preparada en casa. Esto es desafortunado porque la mayoría de las enfermedades transmitidas por alimentos es causada cuando la comida no se maneja correctamente. Sin importar si los trabajadores están en un completo establecimiento, trabajando un carro de deli de la esquina, cocinando para todos en el picnic anual de la empresa o simplemente poner un plato para la oficina mensual, es fundamental conocer y seguir las técnicas de seguridad de alimentos generalmente practicado por agencias locales, estatales y federales. Las mismas habilidades en el lugar de trabajo pueden aplicarse también en casa, dejando a los trabajadores mantener a sus familias y ser seguro. Este curso cubre técnicas de seguridad de alimentos en establecimientos de alimentación profesionales.
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H1N1 (sometimes referred to as "swine flu") is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. This virus was first detected in people in the United States in April 2009. In this course you will learn more...
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H1N1 (sometimes referred to as "swine flu") is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. This virus was first detected in people in the United States in April 2009. In this course you will learn more about the H1N1 virus and what to do if you think you have contracted it.
H1N1 (sometimes referred to as "swine flu") is a new influenza virus causing illness in people. This virus was first detected in people in the United States in April 2009. In this course you will learn more about the H1N1 virus and what to do if you think you have contracted it.
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The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A (HPAI H5N1) virus is a deadly influenza strain found mostly in birds in Asia and Africa; it is not currently a flu strain seen often in humans. It is, however, a deadly...
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The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A (HPAI H5N1) virus is a deadly influenza strain found mostly in birds in Asia and Africa; it is not currently a flu strain seen often in humans. It is, however, a deadly flu virus that the CDC considers a high potential to become a future pandemic. This course discusses the H5N1 flu virus and what businesses and individuals can do in the event of a pandemic or flu outbreak.
The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A (HPAI H5N1) virus is a deadly influenza strain found mostly in birds in Asia and Africa; it is not currently a flu strain seen often in humans. It is, however, a deadly flu virus that the CDC considers a high potential to become a future pandemic. This course discusses the H5N1 flu virus and what businesses and individuals can do in the event of a pandemic or flu outbreak.
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers,...
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers,...
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
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Cuando un paciente se enoja, hace demandas, grita, usa lenguaje obsceno o amenaza a otros, demostrando un comportamiento físico agresivo. Estos comportamientos son disruptivos y pueden ser perjudiciales para...
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Cuando un paciente se enoja, hace demandas, grita, usa lenguaje obsceno o amenaza a otros, demostrando un comportamiento físico agresivo. Estos comportamientos son disruptivos y pueden ser perjudiciales para los trabajadores de la salud, los miembros de la familia y otros pacientes. Del 30% al 50% de las personas que tienen demencia, presentan un comportamiento físico agresivo, y los comportamientos agresivos pueden incluir golpear, patear, morder, agarrar, empujar, arrojar objetos, o escupir. Es posible que los proveedores de atención médica que trabajan en hogares de retiro, centros de atención de ancianos y agencias de atención domiciliaria tengan que atender a pacientes que muestren conductas agresivas. Este curso ayudará a identificar las causas detrás de estos comportamientos, los desencadenantes que causan los comportamientos y reconocer, la forma de interactuar con el paciente, para mantener seguros tanto al paciente como a quienes lo rodean.
Cuando un paciente se enoja, hace demandas, grita, usa lenguaje obsceno o amenaza a otros, demostrando un comportamiento físico agresivo. Estos comportamientos son disruptivos y pueden ser perjudiciales para los trabajadores de la salud, los miembros de la familia y otros pacientes. Del 30% al 50% de las personas que tienen demencia, presentan un comportamiento físico agresivo, y los comportamientos agresivos pueden incluir golpear, patear, morder, agarrar, empujar, arrojar objetos, o escupir. Es posible que los proveedores de atención médica que trabajan en hogares de retiro, centros de atención de ancianos y agencias de atención domiciliaria tengan que atender a pacientes que muestren conductas agresivas. Este curso ayudará a identificar las causas detrás de estos comportamientos, los desencadenantes que causan los comportamientos y reconocer, la forma de interactuar con el paciente, para mantener seguros tanto al paciente como a quienes lo rodean.
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers,...
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
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Mental health technicians are often involved in patient care that goes beyond physical medical support to include caring for both psychological and emotional needs. When a patient becomes emotionally upset,...
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Mental health technicians are often involved in patient care that goes beyond physical medical support to include caring for both psychological and emotional needs. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Mental health technicians working in a variety of settings often have to care for patients who exhibit aggressive behaviors. This course discusses the causes behind aggressive behaviors, how to identify triggers in patients, and how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient to increase safety for all around and improve overall patient care.
Mental health technicians are often involved in patient care that goes beyond physical medical support to include caring for both psychological and emotional needs. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Mental health technicians working in a variety of settings often have to care for patients who exhibit aggressive behaviors. This course discusses the causes behind aggressive behaviors, how to identify triggers in patients, and how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient to increase safety for all around and improve overall patient care.
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers,...
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Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
Patient care often goes beyond general medical support. When a patient becomes emotionally upset, displaying aggressive physical behavior, it is not only disruptive but can be harmful to healthcare workers, family members, and other patients and interfere with necessary medical care. Aggressive physical behavior occurs in 30% to 50% of those people who suffer from dementia, and aggressive behaviors might include punching, kicking, biting, grabbing, pushing, throwing objects, or spitting. Healthcare providers working in retirement homes, eldercare facilities, and home care agencies often have to care for patients that exhibit aggressive behaviors. Understanding the causes behind these behaviors, how to identify triggers that cause the behaviors, and knowing how to interact effectively with an aggressive patient will increase safety for all around and improve overall care.
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life...
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life...
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Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) is the field of endeavor addressing the communication and related needs of people who experience significant communication impairments. One's Quality of Life is dramatically and drastically altered when their ability to use natural speech is compromised, especially those with complex communication needs. The goal of AAC is to help people find the most effective communication possible. This course discusses AAC, who needs it, what tools are used, and how people are assessed during the process.
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This course will describe ways to identify and prevent workplace harassment, as defined by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent acts and case law.  The course will familiarize readers with...
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This course will describe ways to identify and prevent workplace harassment, as defined by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent acts and case law.  The course will familiarize readers with an individual's, supervisor's, and company's responsibilities to maintain a workplace free of harassment, in accordance with standard organizational policies as well as Federal, State, and Local Laws.
This course will describe ways to identify and prevent workplace harassment, as defined by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and subsequent acts and case law.  The course will familiarize readers with an individual's, supervisor's, and company's responsibilities to maintain a workplace free of harassment, in accordance with standard organizational policies as well as Federal, State, and Local Laws.
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Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los...
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Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los lectores con de un individuo, supervisor y responsabilidades de la empresa para mantener un ambiente de trabajo libre de acoso, según las políticas organizacionales estándar así como federales, estatales y leyes locales.Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los lectores con de un individuo, supervisor y responsabilidades de la empresa para mantener un ambiente de trabajo libre de acoso, según las políticas organizacionales estándar así como federales, estatales y leyes locales.
Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los lectores con de un individuo, supervisor y responsabilidades de la empresa para mantener un ambiente de trabajo libre de acoso, según las políticas organizacionales estándar así como federales, estatales y leyes locales.Este curso describe maneras de identificar y prevenir el acoso laboral, como se define en el título VII de la ley de derechos civiles de 1964 y actos posteriores y jurisprudencia. El curso familiarizará a los lectores con de un individuo, supervisor y responsabilidades de la empresa para mantener un ambiente de trabajo libre de acoso, según las políticas organizacionales estándar así como federales, estatales y leyes locales.
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In these modern times, hazardous chemicals and materials are everywhere. Almost every business and household regularly uses products that are potentially harmful to people if they are not used in accordance...
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In these modern times, hazardous chemicals and materials are everywhere. Almost every business and household regularly uses products that are potentially harmful to people if they are not used in accordance to manufacturer instructions. Employers have a responsibility to ensure that workers are aware of hazardous materials they will use or may come into contact  with.
In these modern times, hazardous chemicals and materials are everywhere. Almost every business and household regularly uses products that are potentially harmful to people if they are not used in accordance to manufacturer instructions. Employers have a responsibility to ensure that workers are aware of hazardous materials they will use or may come into contact  with.
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