This course will prepare you to adapt your knowledge of supportive services, resource development, and care management to support and collaborate with informal caregivers in a variety of situations and help them as they navigate our complex health care delivery system.
*You can register for this course individually or as part of a certificate program.
- Identify major psychosocial issues that informal caregivers face.
- Articulate ways that health and human service workers can support and help families with caregiving decisions.
- Practice skills of a strengths-based approach to caregiving.
- Demonstrate increased knowledge about community resources.
- Identify ways for organizations to meet the demand of caregivers’ needs.
- Pre-course Competency Assessment
- Section I: Course Overview
- Section II: Background and Scope
- Section III: Caregiver Rights and Supports
- Section IV: Your Role: Assessing Caregiver Needs
- Section V: The Experience of Caregiving
- Section VI: Ethical and Legal Issues in Caregiving
- Section VII: Conclusion to Course
- Course Quiz
- Post-course Competency Evaluation
- Certificate of Completion
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All online courses are self-paced and are designed as reading-based and include interactive multimedia components including simulations, video, audio, and discussion boards.