The NEW online Parkinson Education Program (PEP) for Community Caregivers is an eight-module educational series offered to help better equip healthcare professionals in providing care to individuals living with moderate to severe Parkinson’s.
We offer this FREE online training program to professionals working in community settings (e.g., long-term care homes, home healthcare agencies, etc.). Our aim is to help reduce the burden of those living with the disease and their professional healthcare providers.
Healthcare professionals will gain valuable practical skills while increasing knowledge and confidence in order to care for those living with Parkinson’s. This program is self-paced, ongoing and can be taken at any time! Don’t miss out on this learning opportunity!
For more information or to register, go to peponline.ca or contact Kaitlin Garbutt at [email protected] or 1-888-851-7376.
“Parkinson Education Program (PEP) for Community Caregivers is a very worthwhile coninuing education course for anyone working with people with Parkinson’s.
This course is divided into manageable-sized modules that are written concisely and in language easy to understand. The accompnying voiceover helps with focus and comprehension.
Despite many years of nursing, often with people with Parkinson’s and their families, I learned new things from this course which destroys the stereotypes that most of us have and provides caregivers with a glimpse inside the patient’s perspective is key to a successful therapeutic relationship.”
Kathy Faulds, RN BScN