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Psychosocial Care for Care Home Staff and Caregivers

This document lists and links to various care training documents and forms for residents requiring Psychosocial Care. Good for assisted living facilities, nusing homes and sheltered care facilities.

Excerpt:
Psychosocial Care is provided when a person has emotional needs or challenging internal psychological factors. He/She usually needs social interaction with someone who is supportive, will listen, and help sort out his/her troubles. Listening and being supportive is the caregiver's job. This type of care is care of the Soul, Ego, Mind, Spirit, and Personality. This section shares some basic information on Personalities, needs, care planning, and how to give psychosocial support. A good description of psychosocial needs is also included. Some of the greatest things in this section are the individual psychosocial forms you can use to help improve the residents' self esteem.

Document size: 34 KB   (35,576 bytes)
Version: 2.0
Created: October 6, 2003
Last updated: June 6, 2012

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