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A free webinar about the importance of caregiver wellness programs and why they should be introduced more. 7/30/2020. Caregiver burnout is even more prevalent with COVID-19 precautions in place. Caregiver wellness is an important program in any senior living community, not only for the caregivers and residents, but the business side of senior living as well.

Pulled from site: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcoce6srjoqHdP6PXroj3E-shurAGMO0CHq 

"Stephen Cree, Director of Employee Wellness at Lifetime Wellness will discuss how you can improve caregiver wellness, how proactively focusing on staff wellness can benefit patient outcomes, as well as answer your questions about whole-person wellness in the senior living industry. Join us to receive actionable insights, tools, and techniques you can implement to combat compassion fatigue and address growing concerns.

Highlights:
– Discover how you can improve caregiver wellness in your community
– Learn how to enhance patient outcomes by focusing on caregiver wellness
– Receive tools and techniques to address and combat caregiver burnout
– Be inspired by how caregiver wellness improves quality of life"

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