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Classroom Resources

for students, staff or professionals.  Our collection includes:

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Infusion Units:

Infusion Units are packaged lecture materials featuring a film or power-point with teaching notes, discussion questions, and resources for additional reading assignments. *Certificates of Completion can be provided for CE reporting!

Our collection includes:

Hold Your Breath - for ethnogeriatrics:  Illuminates the pivotal role of cross-cultural communication in healthcare decision-making, and the urgent need for cultural competence and diversity training in the healthcare professions.  *Documentary Film and discussion questions

Age of Champions: An uplifting story of five competitors who sprint, leap, and swim for gold at the National Senior Olympics.  *Documentary Film and discussion questions

Health Literacy and Older Adults Module: The degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain,  process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.  *PowerPoint and teaching notes

Aging Etiquette: Understanding and implementing respectful communication and interaction with people who are older or aging.  *PowerPoint and teaching notes

Oral Health: Understand the importance of oral health and how it relates to total physical health; understand the oral  bacteria infection process; show and teach caregivers how to provide oral care for residents with compromised physical or mental abilities; explain how nutrition/eating habits can impact the success of oral health.  *PowerPoint and discussion questions

Older Adults Driving:  Overview includes:  the number of older drivers is growing.; Age itself does not make an unsafe driver; Modifications to behavior and equipment can help promote safe driving; Collaborative conversations with older drivers are important; and understand that there are resources available.  2 versions are available:  caregiver and healthcare.  *Powerpoint and discussion questions & DVD titled “Old People Driving” is available for check out and runs 24 minutes.

Training Events:

Live and in person events that can be incorporated into classroom or self study education

Please contact or by phone at 307-766-2829 for more information.


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Phone: 307-766-2829


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