CCE Resources

Denise

CCE Resources

Denise

CEU-Approved Workshops for Certified Caregiving Educators


Deliver The Caregiving Years five times within your first year as a CCE and you can add the following presentations to your offering. Be sure to include credit to Denise Brown and Caregiving.com during your talk and in your material.

Once you've completed your five presentations, complete:

After finalizing your spreadsheet and evaluation document, complete and submit the CCE Tracking Form by uploading your two files.

Please note: When you deliver a CEU presentation, our CEU provider requests that your PowerPoint can display logos (yours and mine) on your title slide and last slide only.

PLEASE REACH OUT TO DENISE BEFORE PROVIDING A COURSE FOR CEUS TO ENSURE ALL DETAILS ARE IN ORDER AND CORRECT.

Many of these presentations have been recorded and are available on Caregiving.com. Use coupon code 100 to gain free access to these programs.

Beginning Again After Caregiving Ends: 3 CEUs
Through our three-hour presentation program, health care professionals will better understand how to support former family caregivers who transition into their lives after caregiving ends.

More than 40 million persons in the US provide care to a family member and the numbers will continue to grow. How do these individuals adjust to life when their caregiving experience ends after the death of their caree? We anticipate about 25 professionals annually will expect to receive CEs.

The program objectives are:

  1. To educate health care professionals about the challenges former family caregivers face;

  2. To arm health care professionals with tools they can use to support former family caregivers;

  3. To support health care professionals interested in working with former family caregivers.






 

Building H.O.P.E Training Program: 1 CEU per module, 8 total CEUs
Building H.O.P.E. helps anyone who serves others heal from compassion fatigue and build resilience. We believe compassion fatigue is an umbrella term for all that we tire of.

Our program features eight modules which can be delivered as part of a day-long program or as stand-alone 50-minute workshops. Each module takes a closer look at what makes us weary and provides tools to help us feel better.

H.O.P.E stands for:

  • Happiness

  • Opportunities

  • Possibilities

  • Excellence


Learning Objectives

  • Learn how compassion fatigue may appear for participants in their work and in their day.

  • Identify the different types of fatigues which may make a commitment to serve challenging.

  • Offer insights to help participants focus on their specific challenges.

  • Provide tools and strategies to help participants heal from a fatigue and gain resilience to manage more effectively going forward.

  • Minimize the feelings of burn-out that participants may experience.


Building H.O.P.E is our Coping with the Fatigues webinar series.




 

A Manager's Toolbox for Managing a Complex Workplace: 3 CEUs
Through our training program, managers and employers gain tools to manage a workplace that includes employees who face stress, grief and overwhelm in their personal lives. Because of the insights they gain, these managers and employers can now better manage their workplace when an employer brings those difficult emotions to work.

Consider the impact on the workplace when an employee cares for a family member. More than 40 million persons in the US provide care to a family member; six in 10 family caregivers also work. Our training program also helps managers and employers communicate effectively with their employees who care to ensure the workplace and family caregivers keep working.

The training program objectives are:

  1. To educate managers and employers about a personal caregiving experience and how that impacts the workplace.

  2. To provide managers and employers with skills and techniques so effectively communicate with employees who may be struggling to remain productive.

  3. To help employers and managers become comfortable with emotional discussions with caregiving employees, who are often going through the worst experiences in their lifetime. 

  4. To ensure managers and employers are prepared for the impact of caregiving experiences on their workplace so the business continues while employees manage caregiving responsibilities.






 

The Caregiving Years: 1 or 2 CEUs (one or two-hour presentations)
Through our one- or two-hour presentation program, health care professionals learn about the experience of caring for a family member. Throughout the caregiving journey, which can last from six months to more than 10 years, the role of family caregivers evolves – and so should the services and the support they receive. The Caregiving Years describes the path that family caregivers take – from Expectant Caregiver, to Freshman Caregiver, to Entrenched Caregiver, to Pragmatic Caregiver to Transitioning Caregiver to Godspeed Caregiver. Most important, the stages – and their related Stumbles and Steadies-- provide a map for health care professionals) to navigate successfully through the caregiving journey. 

More than 40 million persons in the US provide care to a family member and the numbers will continue to grow.

The program objectives are:

  1. To educate health care professionals about the evolution of the caregiving experience, which changes over time.

  2. To inform health care professionals about effective referrals they can make given the family caregiver's stage.

  3. To provide health care professionals a frame work which describes the family caregiver experience so they can be an appropriate support during each caregiving stage.






 

Helping Family Caregivers Through the Compassion Fatigues: 1 CEU
“Compassion Fatigues” helps health care professionals better understand the personal caregiving experience.

Caring for a family member is an exhausting, overwhelming experience. We often equate a caregiving experience with compassion fatigue. Certainly, family caregivers get tired of feeling compassion for themselves and their carees. They also experience fatigue as it relates to coping, supporting, deciding and adjusting. During this 50-minute presentation and discussion, you’ll identify which fatigue family caregivers may be experiencing and learn how you can help them feel better.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how compassion fatigue may appear during a caregiving experience.

  • Identify the different types of fatigues family caregivers may feel.

  • Gain strategies to implement to help family caregivers feel better.


Note: You can use this one-work presentation as an introduction to the Building H.O.P.E. series.




 

Leadership Training for the Family Caregiver: 3 CEUs 
Through our three-hour presentation program, health care professionals will better understand how to teach family caregivers to step into a leadership role during their caregiving experience. Family caregivers who embrace their role as leader can feel better about their decisions, their relationships and their caregiving role.

More than 40 million persons in the US provide care to a family member and the numbers will continue to grow. How do they take on a role that demands so much without losing their selves? When family caregivers see themselves as leaders, they feel empowered to set boundaries, determine their limits and delegate effectively. We anticipate about 25 professionals annually will expect to receive CEs.

The program objectives are:

  1. To educate health care professionals to encourage family caregivers to view themselves as leaders in their role.

  2. To arm health care professionals with tools they can use to support family caregiver leaders;

  3. To support health care professionals interested in empowering family caregivers.






 

CEU Details
We’ve been approved to provide continuing education hours for the following professionals who attend our Certified Caregiving Consultant™ training program. Continuing education hours are provided by the University of Illinois, College of Medicine, Department of Family Medicine in collaboration with the Continuing Education Institute of Illinois.

  • Certified Dementia Practitioner®
    We can provide continuing education credits for Certified Dementia Practitioners® in all 50 states.

  • Certified Senior Advisor®
    We can provide continuing education credits for Certified Senior Advisors® in all 50 states.

  • Nurses
    We can provide continuing education credits for nurses in all 50 states.

  • SHRM Professional Development Credits
    This program is valid for PDCs for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM in all 50 states.

  • Professional Coaches
    Professional coaches can earn hours for resource development in all 50 states.


We also can provide CEUs for the following Illinois professions:

  • Counselor-Professional/Clinical

  • Dental Hygienist

  • Dietitian/Nutritionist

  • Marriage and Family Counselor

  • Nursing Home Administrator

  • Occupational Therapist

  • Physician

  • Psychologist

  • Physical Therapist

  • Respiratory Therapist

  • Social Worker


Please check with me for specific questions about additional professions in your state.

CEU Materials
Please send me your bio -- our CEU provider keeps our bios on file.

Everyone signs in even those not receiving a CEU. Ask everyone to write neatly so we spell their name correctly on their certificate. We can email all the certificates to you after the program so you can distribute which means you’ll want to have some way to collect email addresses. I ask people to register online using Wufoo which is how I collect email addresses.

If you have the names of those attending and the type of CEU they need, we can email you the certificates with the participants’ names which you print and distribute once attendees turn in their evals at the event.

For the sign-in and evals, you’ll want to insert your information where you see italicized type.

Sign-in Sheet

The Caregiving Years Evaluation

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