Module 1 Assignment
Module 1 Assignment
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See pages 212-213 in the Resource Directory for a summary of training requirements.
Obtaining your Home Care Aid certification places you in a group of health care professionals. Completing this course is only one of your caregiver training requirements. You must attend at least 12 hours of approved continuing education each year. This requirement begins the next calendar year after the year you complete Revised Fundamentals of Caregiving.
Continuing education is caregiver related training designed to keep your skills and knowledge current. Continuing education must be on a topic relevant to the care needs of the client and the care setting. Topics may include, but are not limited to, client rights, personal care, mental illness, dementia, developmental disabilities, depression, medication assistance, communication skills, or medical conditions.
Its important to make sure that the continuing education you take has been approved by the Washington Department of Social and Health Services or they will not allow it to count toward your hours. You can find DSHS trainers in your area by searching DSHS approved trainers.
Using the internet, find two resources that provide instructions in how to provide care for patients with dementia.
Hint: use Google or Yahoo and type in “providing care for clients with dementia”. Multiple resources will be provided. Compare two resources and write a short summary of your findings in the assignment inbox.
- The web address for each link
- Are the training different or the same?
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