“Seeding Share The Care™ (STC) in Your Community” Program
“Seeding Share The Care™ (STC) in Your Community” Program is a full-day professional training designed specifically for health professionals and the clergy. It gives you the tools and the knowledge to, introduce STC to your patients, families, parishioners and encourages them to consider STC as a positive and rewarding caregiving option. The training is limited to 40 to 60 participants.
The program is accredited by the NorthEast Multi-State Division RN Continuing Education Unit so that RNs can receive continuing education credits (6.25 hrs).
Who can be trained? Nurses, social workers, hospice workers, hospital discharge personnel, chaplains, geriatric care managers, aging specialists, therapists, support group program leaders, students of social work and nursing. Volunteers who work in hospice or faith-based programs, and in caregiver support programs are also well positioned to identify needs and help people understand the benefits that can result from a created “caregiving family”.
Interested local and government organizations, faith communities, hospitals and hospices have pooled funds or received grants to host a training in order to establish the STC model locally.
- ways to motivate patients and families to accept help
- the key steps to organize a first group meeting
- how groups can utilize the skills and talents within the group
- ways STC groups can maintain their efforts over time
- how a group can maximize everyone’s skills and talents
- the signals that the group needs to readjust to the changing needs of their care recipient
- what it feels like to work in a mock STC with people they don’t know to cover their critical needs