New webinar series for care workers starts 27th March

Home care workers across the UK & Ireland are invited to a new series of FREE webinars aimed at helping them to thrive in their careers in care.

Starting on 27th March 2024 with resilience, the live webinar series will offer home care workers practical guidance on the key issues affecting them as they do their job.

Featuring subject matter experts from around social care, each bite-size 30 minute webinar will focus on useful support that both care workers and management teams can take away and try immediately.

The first webinar on resilience will feature Helen Gruber of Pastora, coaches and trainers with a background in social care, who support care organisations with their team’s wellbeing, so that they can face the challenging nature of care, gracefully.

Future webinars will take place bi-monthly and will cover topics including coping with grief and loss, responsibilities and legal requirements around note-taking, stress management, and trauma-informed care delivery. All webinars are aimed at frontline care workers, as well as being suitable for care managers and team leaders.

Rocio Solis, Customer Success Manager at Nursebuddy who is behind the webinar series, said: “As we talk to our customers we see a lot of common themes come up for them about the things that affect their domiciliary care teams.

“We wanted to give our care workers access to some helpful advice and support from experts they might otherwise not get access to, as well as the opportunity to learn from good practice at other care companies.”

‘Resilience for domiciliary carers’ will take place at 1.30pm (GMT) on Wednesday 27th March 2024. Registration is free via https://nursebuddy.co/resilience.

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