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Direct Support Professional training for healthcare organizations
Direct Support Professional training for healthcare organizations
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Gerontology and Aging enables any organization to understand and care for end-of-life concerns, social lives, and address the business challenges and care topics of long-term care organizations.
Gerontology and Aging enables any organization to understand and care for end-of-life concerns, social lives, and address the business challenges and care topics of long-term care organizations.
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Training to develop CNAs and paraprofessionals for healthcare organizations specifically in those states that require CNA courses meet time restrictions
Training to develop CNAs and paraprofessionals for healthcare organizations specifically in those states that require CNA courses meet time restrictions
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Produced by: In The Know, Inc
Training to develop CNAs and paraprofessionals for all types of healthcare organizations
Training to develop CNAs and paraprofessionals for all types of healthcare organizations
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Produced by: In The Know, Inc
Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
Provide nationally accredited CE for Occupational and Physical Therapist alike.
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Safety in transportation
Safety in transportation
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Produced by: Ed4Online
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
Workforce Compliance for Post-Acute organizations
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Many individuals who are in a hospital or at home following a prolonged illness or injury that impacts mobility become frustrated when they cannot move around as they desire. Mobility and ambulation are...
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Many individuals who are in a hospital or at home following a prolonged illness or injury that impacts mobility become frustrated when they cannot move around as they desire. Mobility and ambulation are important to overall health and recovery from illness and injury. Often, this recovery includes the support of care providers skilled in lifting, moving, and supporting an individual with limited mobility. Some patients also need help with their basic needs because they not longer possess enough movement control to complete hygiene or other daily tasks without assistance. This course discusses how care providers can offer support to individuals with mobility and ambulation issues, whether that includes minimal support or more extensive lifting and transferring needs.
Many individuals who are in a hospital or at home following a prolonged illness or injury that impacts mobility become frustrated when they cannot move around as they desire. Mobility and ambulation are important to overall health and recovery from illness and injury. Often, this recovery includes the support of care providers skilled in lifting, moving, and supporting an individual with limited mobility. Some patients also need help with their basic needs because they not longer possess enough movement control to complete hygiene or other daily tasks without assistance. This course discusses how care providers can offer support to individuals with mobility and ambulation issues, whether that includes minimal support or more extensive lifting and transferring needs.
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This course presents key information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), passed by Congress in 1990.  This law has far-reaching implications for almost every business and institution in the United...
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This course presents key information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), passed by Congress in 1990.  This law has far-reaching implications for almost every business and institution in the United States.  This course will help learners understand basic expectations of ADA, and apply these expectations to the workplace.
This course presents key information on the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), passed by Congress in 1990.  This law has far-reaching implications for almost every business and institution in the United States.  This course will help learners understand basic expectations of ADA, and apply these expectations to the workplace.
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A great review for any CNA who works with orthopedic clients. Covers hip and knee replacement surgery and how nursing assistants can help prevent complications and enhance rehabilitation. Also includes...
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A great review for any CNA who works with orthopedic clients. Covers hip and knee replacement surgery and how nursing assistants can help prevent complications and enhance rehabilitation. Also includes information on neck and spine surgery, amputations and post-surgical pain management. Your CNAs will review fall prevention, exercising after orthopedic surgery and orthopedic precautions for each area of the body.
A great review for any CNA who works with orthopedic clients. Covers hip and knee replacement surgery and how nursing assistants can help prevent complications and enhance rehabilitation. Also includes information on neck and spine surgery, amputations and post-surgical pain management. Your CNAs will review fall prevention, exercising after orthopedic surgery and orthopedic precautions for each area of the body.
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Produced by: In The Know
TIMED - 60 minutes A great review for any CNA who works with orthopedic clients. Covers hip and knee replacement surgery and how nursing assistants can help prevent complications and enhance rehabilitation....
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TIMED - 60 minutes A great review for any CNA who works with orthopedic clients. Covers hip and knee replacement surgery and how nursing assistants can help prevent complications and enhance rehabilitation. Also includes information on neck and spine surgery, amputations and post-surgical pain management. Your CNAs will review fall prevention, exercising after orthopedic surgery and orthopedic precautions for each area of the body.
TIMED - 60 minutes A great review for any CNA who works with orthopedic clients. Covers hip and knee replacement surgery and how nursing assistants can help prevent complications and enhance rehabilitation. Also includes information on neck and spine surgery, amputations and post-surgical pain management. Your CNAs will review fall prevention, exercising after orthopedic surgery and orthopedic precautions for each area of the body.
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Produced by: In The Know
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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Produced by: Ed4Online
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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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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To provide the nurse with information about using a bariatric bed, including indications for use of a bariatric bed, characteristics of a bariatric bed, and the importance of using a bariatric bed for...
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To provide the nurse with information about using a bariatric bed, including indications for use of a bariatric bed, characteristics of a bariatric bed, and the importance of using a bariatric bed for patients who are morbidly obese. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide the nurse with information about using a bariatric bed, including indications for use of a bariatric bed, characteristics of a bariatric bed, and the importance of using a bariatric bed for patients who are morbidly obese. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about performing a lateral transfer of bariatric patients, including methods for promoting the safety of the patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family...
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To provide information about performing a lateral transfer of bariatric patients, including methods for promoting the safety of the patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about performing a lateral transfer of bariatric patients, including methods for promoting the safety of the patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about repositioning bariatric patients in bed, including the use of assistive equipment, factors that must be considered when repositioning a bariatric patient, and methods for...
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To provide information about repositioning bariatric patients in bed, including the use of assistive equipment, factors that must be considered when repositioning a bariatric patient, and methods for promoting the safety of the patient and healthcare provider(s) during patient repositioning. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about repositioning bariatric patients in bed, including the use of assistive equipment, factors that must be considered when repositioning a bariatric patient, and methods for promoting the safety of the patient and healthcare provider(s) during patient repositioning. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about repositioning a bariatric patient in a chair, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is...
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To provide information about repositioning a bariatric patient in a chair, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about repositioning a bariatric patient in a chair, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about transfer of the bariatric patient, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about transfer of the bariatric patient, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about transferring a bariatric patient to a sitting position, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family...
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To provide information about transferring a bariatric patient to a sitting position, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about transferring a bariatric patient to a sitting position, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about the transfer of a bariatric patient from the floor after a fall, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or...
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To provide information about the transfer of a bariatric patient from the floor after a fall, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about the transfer of a bariatric patient from the floor after a fall, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about transporting bariatric patients by bed or stretcher, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family...
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To provide information about transporting bariatric patients by bed or stretcher, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about transporting bariatric patients by bed or stretcher, including methods for ensuring the safety of both patient and healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about caring for an adult in a body cast, including potential complications, patient care interventions, and desired outcomes, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider....
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To provide information about caring for an adult in a body cast, including potential complications, patient care interventions, and desired outcomes, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
To provide information about caring for an adult in a body cast, including potential complications, patient care interventions, and desired outcomes, along with treatment goals for the healthcare provider. Information for patient and/or family education is included.
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To provide information about how to assist a patient to a commode using the manual method, including what body movements may be used and in what sequence when helping a patient to a commode, an explanation of...
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To provide information about how to assist a patient to a commode using the manual method, including what body movements may be used and in what sequence when helping a patient to a commode, an explanation of why this procedure is important, and what postprocedure documentation is needed.
To provide information about how to assist a patient to a commode using the manual method, including what body movements may be used and in what sequence when helping a patient to a commode, an explanation of why this procedure is important, and what postprocedure documentation is needed.
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To provide information about the procedure for fitting a patient with crutches and teaching crutch walking, including how to measure a patient for crutches, the details of how to perform a variety of gaits,...
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To provide information about the procedure for fitting a patient with crutches and teaching crutch walking, including how to measure a patient for crutches, the details of how to perform a variety of gaits, and safety measures that must be observed during the process. Information for patient education is emphasized.
To provide information about the procedure for fitting a patient with crutches and teaching crutch walking, including how to measure a patient for crutches, the details of how to perform a variety of gaits, and safety measures that must be observed during the process. Information for patient education is emphasized.
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