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Generalized Anxiety Disorder
In this program you will learn the criteria for having a Generalised Anxiety Disorder and the manner in which anxiety can become a pervasive reality in people's lives. A We will examine the emerging link between depression and anxiety and…
Head to Toe Assessment (Basic Head-To-Toe Assessment With Geriatric Focus)
A thorough physical assessment is necessary for all clients whether in long term care, acute care or home health. Our focus is to take the professional through a comprehensive physical assessment, divided into upper body and lower body components. Includes…
Domestic Violence and Elder Abuse
Domestic violence and abuse of the elderly can happen anywhere in big cities, small towns and the suburbs. It is a shameful problem, but unfortunately not a unique or new problem. Includes guidelines specific to healthcare.
Domestic Violence & Elder Abuse - Protecting the Victim
As healthcare professionals it is our responsibility to protect victims of domestic violence and abuse. The first steps are awareness and education. This program teaches healthcare professionals the common signs of abuse, appropriate action steps if abuse occurs, and our…
Cultural Diversity In Health Care
Learn how to respectfully care for a diverse clientele by understanding their cultural differences. This program provides practical and effective methods of recognizing and dealing with the special needs of different cultures by adapting care techniques to the preferences of…
Respiratory Care: Assessing The Adult Respiratory System
Accurately assessing the pulmonary system takes skill, time and practice. As an RN or LPN you have the responsibility for assessing topics from the initial interview, basic anatomy and physiology, lung sounds of common respiratory diseases and therapeutic modalities.
Infection Control In the Home Settings
We start with three key ideas in the home setting: Clean, Cost and Common sense. Then, we address specific home health aide responsibilities, including assessment of the home, client and hygiene to prevent the spread of infection.
Alzheimer's Disease Level 1 : Is it Delirium or Dementia?
Explores several successful methods for dealing with residents who have altered mental status. These methods will make your job easier, even rewarding, and calm the concerns of the family members.
Risk Management For The Health Care Assistant And The Client
Day-to-day routines in health care often involve issues in risk management. This program will provide your assistants with an understanding of their role and responsibility in recognizing, reporting and addressing risks in the different health care settings.
Diabetes: What Is Diabetes?
Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic disease characterized by hyperglycemia resulting from a defect in insulin secretion, insulin action or both. This program is designed to provide insight on what diabetes does to a person's body, the various types of diabetes,…
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
More commonly known as OCD, this is one of the most prevalent psychiatric disorders. We explore some of the strange and ritualistic behaviors associated with this disorder and the resulting adverse affects.
Diabetes: A Comprehensive Update
Diabetes know no prejudice, it strikes the young and the old, from every race and demographic. If left to its own devices, the disease can be debilitating, but with proper treatment, those with diabetes can expect to enjoy a healthy…
Tai Chi For Parkinson's
Tai Chi movements, gentle balance, and enhancing motions can assist the Parkinson patient by helping to reduce the gradual loss of balance that accompanies this disease. This video takes you through an exciting workout, using all parts of the body…
Depression
This program helps develop competence in dealing with mental health needs of clients. Part I of this program provides ideas and techniques to recognize depression and ways to motivate the depressed client. Part II provides tools for health care assistants…
End of Life - Providing Comfort and Care
In the allied health profession, end-of-life care refers not only to a patients' final hours or days but more broadly to the attention needed for their indiviual and family needs. This program focuses on palliative care of individuals and their…
Blood-borne Pathogens: HIV/AIDS/OSHA - Protecting Yourself
As a worldwide epidemic HIV attacks the immune system which is our bodies natural defense against illness. Viewers will learn basic information including epidemiology, pathophysoiology, risk behaviors, opportunistic disease and diagnostic tests. CE credits available.
Client Relations: Effective Communication Skills - Keys to Better Patient Communication
Providing effective cummunication with patients and families ensures a trusting relationship and a better patient experience.
Disaster Preparedness in Home Health - Planning for the Worst
Unfortunately natural disasters are part of our eveyday world. Planning for these unpredictable events can save lives and ensure the safety of staff and patients. Home Health Aides should be able to respond quickly and appropriately to an emergency. Being…
End of Life
This program discusses care at the end of life, primarily focusing on pallative care of individuals and their families. The program's focus is on spiritual and supportive aspects of care rather than physical care. Information on the role and importance…
Competent Care In a Culturally Diverse Nation
Culturally competent care adapts care interventions to the cultural needs and preferences (ethnic and religious beliefs, values, and practices) of diverse clients. This program provides practical and effective methods of recognizing and dealing with the special needs of different cultures.