Training improves the skills and confidence of caregivers, and the quality of life of the people who receive their care. In turn, the benefits of a trained caregiving workforce extend to the systems of care.
Sandra Found A New Path, And Happiness Along The Way.February 11, 2021
“I'm making an impact on someone else's life. I'm bringing joy. I'm bringing light. I'm supporting their independence.”
Lorena learned to believe in herself.February 10, 2021
"I never had a diploma my whole life... Where I am right now, it means a lot."
Making Daily Life EasierOctober 29, 2020
For caregivers who undergo training, learning how to help seniors and people with disabilities with simple activities of daily living, such as putting on clothes and eating with assistive devices, makes a world of difference.
Thriving TogetherSeptember 24, 2020
“We always want to help our patients, and when we improve, we do that. It was hard to make time (for training), but we did it together."
Moving MountainsAugust 25, 2020
"I wanted a better career and better life for my family, and this has helped me prepare for my future."
Training reduces ER visits and hospitalizationsJuly 23, 2020
LA Care analysis shows impact of caregiver training on members' emergency room and inpatient visits
Caregiver Confidence Means Better CareJuly 8, 2020
“The most impactful elements of the training were the gains in providers’ confidence levels regarding safety concerns, communication issues, and managing Alzheimer’s and dementia-related behaviors."
"We all have a hand in taking care of Grandma. It can be hard. But I'm using a lot of what I learned (in training)."