Thank you for your loyalty and business, we couldn't
do it without you!
As a current client of AXIS Pharmacy Northwest (Adult Family Home providers and their employees) you are eligible to take part in this FREE Continuing Education program.
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DSHS requires you to take 12 hours of continuing education before your birthday each year. Once your birthday has passed, you will
be required to retake your 12 hours of continuing education again.
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KEEPING YOUR SKILLS SHARP AND YOUR BUSINESS STRONG.
FREE Online Training Classes
AXIS Pharmacy Northwest offers you and your staff value and flexibility by providing online Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) approved continuing education courses in caregiver training. A $200 value per class.
→ Avoiding Caregiver Stress
→ Becoming a Caregiver
→ Body Systems & the Aging Process
→ Caregiver Conduct
→ Common Chronic Diseases
→ Common Communicable Diseases
→ Communicating with Others
→ Cultural Differences
→ Duties of a Caregiver
→ Elimination & Toileting
→ Emergency First Aid
→ End of Life Care
→ Environmental Hazards & Safety
→ Ethics and Personal Rights
→ Handling Difficult Situation and Behaviors
→ Human Needs & Development
→ Infection Control
→ Instrumental Activities of Daily Living
→ Measuring Vital Signs
→ Nutrition & Hydration
→ Observation, Reporting & Recording
→ Promoting & Maintaining Good Mobility
→ Promoting Your Client's Independence
→ Providing Personal Care
→ Providing Skin Care
→ Sexual Harassment & Misconduct
→ Understanding Client Rights
→ Understanding Elder Abuse