The Invisible Side of MS:  Griswold Home Care Announces Free On-line CE Series

Aug 15, 2013

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One of the most critical factors in delivering exceptional care - whether to loved ones, or a patient - is to seek as much knowledge as possible with respect to the loved one's condition.  For professional caregivers and healthcare workers, continuing education is often a requirement.  Because there is a staggering number of opportunities to get educated, it's critical to spend your valuable time wisely by picking educational opportunities that are relevant, attainable and practical.

To that end, Griswold Home Care is proud to announce the availability of a series of on-line courses that are both practical and accredited for healthcare professionals for use in meeting their annual CE requirements.  These courses have been designed and developed by the Institute for Professional Care Education, in conjunction with Griswold Home Care.  As an example of unique nature of these courses, consider the first course: The Invisible Side of Multiple Sclerosis.  While there are many courses dealing with MS, this course deals with how to live with MS, and how healthcare extenders (nurses, social workers, family caregivers, friends, etc.) can better understand the psychosocial aspects of the disease.  Click here for more information or call Sam Grass at 678-360-1044, or Brad Culp at 770-329-8196.

We want to thank Griswold Home Care for sponsoring today’s show.  Griswold Home Care has been a preferred provider of high quality, affordable in-home senior care in Atlanta for more than 20 years.