As we age our needs change, this program allows the healthcare worker to understand these changes and teaches them how to provide great care keeping these changes in mind . Adult and Senior patients have special needs, knowing how to provide care in an age specific manner is an important part of meeting a loved one's needs. This third video covers adults to seniors.
"The award-winning 3-part film series, Secrets of Life and Death is designed to provoke thought and dialogue on this taboo subject. The Secrets of Life and Death Series has been effectively used in universities, hospitals and hospices to encourage a deeper investigation of death and the opportunities it presents for social, organizational and personal evolution. Both compact and rich, this series of half-hour films provides educators with an impactful tool for examining social, psychological and spiritual elements of dying." - program summary
Produced specifically for hospitals and aged care facilities, this training DVD includes: The different types of emergencies that can occur; Emergency control organisation; Wardens and their roles; Facility safety features; The four stages of an evacuation; The R.A.C.E principles.
Series of 4 videos describe different techniques that can be used to impart knowledge and facilitate learning, provide support to patient and family members when serious or life-threatening illness or injury is diagnosed, and to help loved-ones cope with unexpected death.
This program follows the journeys of three families living with dementia as they struggle to maintain the identity and dignity of those they love. Filmed over a 3 year period, the documentary celebrates the capacity of the human spirit to search for meaning and hope when the end is known and inescapable.
A compassionate documentary film telling the stories of five diverse family caregivers over a three year time period who are navigating the labyrinthine and often heartbreaking terrain of caring for their aging and increasingly dependent parents who suffer from Alzheimer's disease or related dementia (ADRD).
This video has identified many of the manual handling risks in the patient and resident handling and describes how you can decrease your risk of injuries. It shows how to perform the various lifts prevalent in this area to make them relatively risk free.
This 10-part series describes the circulatory, digestive, nervous, respiratory, skeletal, muscular, reproductive, urinary, integumentary, and endocrine systems. Using didactics, art, graphics and animation, these programs discuss normal physiology as well as pathologic processes associated with each system.
"An introduction to the anatomy and physiology of the human body systems. The language used is clear and easy to understand and each body system is explored and explained logically by combining animation and live action."