Assisting with Mobility-Safe Practices - XHLT 1810

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Learn safe body mechanic techniques for assisting with movement in the home environment.

Cost

$35 + GST

Duration
2.5 hours- combination of group and individual one on one work

Delivery
In person

Next course
March 3, 2020
Room SCFL 4-158 at 5:00-6:00PM (Classroom portion)

Room SCFL 4-163B at 6:00-7:30PM (Simulation portion)

 
This workshop will provide information for the caregiver that will ensure their physical health and safety as well as provide knowledge of how to assist with mobility needs of the care recipient while remaining in their home. Caregivers will also learn to manage with the stress and physical burnout associated with providing direct care.

What to expect:

Class lecture (1 hour)
  • Covering tips and tricks, how to observe the health status of your loved one, resources and tools for assistance, hands on training with a partner (if applicable)
 
Simulated Experience (1- 1.5 hours)
  • Experience high potential scenarios that a caregiver may experience while looking after a loved one and go through appropriate decision making and the steps of care
 
Workshop registration includes:
  • Information guide and resources to take home
  • Access to quick videos for just in time learning

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Assisting with Mobility-Safe Practices - XHLT 1810

Location:
Downtown Campus
Room:
4-163B
Tuition & Fees:
CAD $35.00 + GST
Prerequisites:
None

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