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Webinar - Self-care: Learning How to Take Care of Yourself & Your Team
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Offered in partnership with LeadingAge Texas, this presentation will explore practical self-care ideas and organizational strategies to support staff.

When: Wednesday, September 30, 2020
12:00 - 1:00pm
Where: Online
Contact: LeadingAge Indiana

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We’ll wrap our “Practical Strategies for COVID-19 & Beyond: A Clinical Excellence Series” with the important, necessary, and often overlooked topic of self-care.

Tell me more: The role of aging services professionals requires working under stress for long periods, which may negatively impact mental and physical health over time. If not managed appropriately, this long-term exposure can lead to chronic stress, depression, and lasting challenges for individual nurses and their nursing teams. With the right knowledge, resources, and tools, aging services leaders can build a work environment that supports positive health and the effective management of stress.

Learning objectives:

  • Identify the signs, symptoms, and environmental factors that lead to chronic stress and depression in nurses
  • Evaluate the current work environment and the impact of change in regard to the COVID-19 pandemic
  • Explore practical self-care ideas and organizational strategies to protect the mental and physical health of individuals and teams

This program has been approved for Continuing Education for 1 total participant hour by NAB/NCERS.

Cost: LeadingAge Indiana, INALA, and IHPCO members: $35. Non-members: $60. LAIN members who are also Samaritan Alliance members: $17.50. INALA members who are also Samaritan Alliance members: $26.25.

Interested in more webinars like this?: Consider registering for the full 8-week webinar series offered in partnership with LeadingAge Texas. To learn about the full series, click here.


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