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Includes complimentary CEUs
This web seminar helps family and professional caregivers manage stress associated with caring for a client or loved one. Seminar content examines the roles of stress and distress and how they impact caregivers’ decision-making abilities. Participants will discover the important differences between the concepts of “helping” caregiving and “rescuing” caregiving. They also will learn to use the “Caregiver Wellness: U Model” in order to develop social, psychological, physical, intellectual, spiritual, occupational, and financial wellness and cultivate empowerment and resilience.
Participants in this web seminar will be able to:
Dr. Eboni Green is co-founder of Caregiver Support Services, which supports family and professional caregivers across the lifespan through direct supportive services. She is the author of At the Heart of the Matter and Caregiving in the New Millennium, and currently writes a monthly article focusing on caregiver self-care. Green has extensive experience in the topic area of caregiver health and wellness, with an emphasis on caregiver stress and burnout and family conflict.
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