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Preparing Family Caregivers Part 2: Education in Home Care & Hospice

presented by Kim Corral, RN, BSN, MA Ed, COS-C and Tina Marrelli, MSN, MA, RN, FAAN

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Financial: Tina Marrelli is an employee and share holder of Marrelli and Assoc. Inc, with book sales. Tina Marrelli is a share holder with book sales of Innovative Caregiving Solutions LLC. Tina Marrelli is an author who receives book royalties from Sigma Theta Tau International Publishing. Tina Marrelli receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. Kim Corral is an employee and share holder of Chelta, Inc Kim Corral receives compensation from MedBridge for this course. For both instructors there are no financial interests beyond the production of this course.
Non-Financial: Tina Marrelli and Kim Corral have no competing non-financial interests or relationships with regard to the content presented in this course.

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Video Runtime: 20 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 6 Minutes

Home care and hospice team members must rely on family, friends, or other lay caregivers to help patients throughout the plan of care. Sometimes it is easy to assume that these key members of the health care team already understand the health care environment and its complexity. It is important to assume at the onset of care that they may not. With this in mind, this foundational course helps team members work with family caregivers to improve knowledge and care. Safety and quality are addressed, as well as care between and after visits.

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Kim Corral, RN, BSN, MA Ed, COS-C

Kim is a registered nurse with a master's degree in education and more than 30 years of home health experience. She is an experienced leader in home health care, having held both clinical and operational positions at regional and national levels for large corporate home health organizations. She brings a passion for providing the clinical…

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Tina Marrelli, MSN, MA, RN, FAAN

Tina Marrelli is the president of Marrelli and Associates, Inc., a publishing and consulting firm working in home care for more than 30 years. Tina is the author of 13 books, including the Handbook of Home Health Standards: Quality, Documentation, and Reimbursement (6th edition, 2018). Other books include A Guide for Caregiving: What’s Next? Planning…

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1. A Review of Key Educational Tenets and the Transferring of Knowledge/Experience to Caregivers

Competency in transferring knowledge and experience has never been more important. Shortened time frames in home care and hospice are examples. For cost, quality, staffing, safety and other reasons, family caregivers need to know enough to feel and be successful between and after visits and care. Adult learning principles and other tips for success will be provided.

2. Pulling it all Together: Visualizing and Operationalizing the Family Caregivers as Active Members of the Health Care Team

This chapter addresses organizational, case management, and other skills needed for success to facilitate caregivers and goal achievement. The underserved family caregiver is shown as an activated and important member of the health care team. A case scenario will be illustrated to show best practices related to education and validation of knowledge and competency.

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Preparing Family Caregivers Part 1: Roles in Home Care & Hospice

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Video Runtime: 32 Minutes; Learning Assessment Time: 6 Minutes

Home care and hospice team members must rely on family, friends, or other lay caregivers to help patients throughout the plan of care. Sometimes it is easy to assume that these key members of the health care team already understand the health care environment and its complexity. It is important to assume at the onset of care that they may not. With this in mind, this foundational course helps team members work with family caregivers to improve knowledge and care. Safety and quality are addressed, as well as care between and after visits. A patient and family exemplar will be featured, patient and family perspectives will be examined with lessons learned, and reflection activities for improvement will be explored.

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