3 state-certified continuing education credits for Community Health Workers
Wednesday, August 15th, 2012
5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
UNT-HSC Campus: Building EAD, Room 524 (see more info and map below)
THE SANDWICH GENERATION: BALANCING FAMILY AND CARE GIVING
A Case Mangement Training
The “Sandwich Generation” are people between the ages of thirty-five (35) and forty-four (44) years old. Many find themselves providing care for their aging parents and also for their children. They are wedged between two generations. Sandwich Generation caregivers meet the physical, social and emotional needs of the elderly and children.
This training will:
- Define the “Club Sandwich”
- Define the “Sandwich Generation”
- Offer a Common Sense Approach to Working With the Elderly
- Identify Current Issues for Caring for the Elderly While Raising Children and Grandchildren
- Economics of Care Giving In the United States
This training will also identify:
- Different Case Management Techniques
- How to Work With the Whole Family
- How to Identify Care Giver Stress
- How to Set Aside Time for Yourself As a Care Giver
- Baby Boomers and Change
- Barriers to Case Management of the Elderly
- Demographics of the Sandwich Generation
- Sandwich Generation / Baby Boomers
- Bureau of Labor Statistics – Sandwich Generation
- Care Giving Stress
- Participants Will Be Able To Define the Sandwich Generation
- Participants Will Be Able to Identify Care Giving Roles As It Relates To Family Relationships
- Participants Will Become Familiar With the Statistics for the Sandwich Generation
- Participants Will Be Aware of the Long-Term Health Consequences For Care Givers
Core Competency: Interpersonal Skills
There is no charge for this event, however, YOU MUST REGISTER PRIOR TO EVENT!!
Park in Lot 6 (On Clifton St., At Camp Bowie Blvd.)
Carl E. Everett Education and Administration Building (Building 1)
Enter door where you see three flag poles.
Take elevator to 5th floor. Room 524
If you have further questions, please call Jeff Moon at 817.735.0526
The Texas Public Health Training Center is certified by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) as a training site for certification and continuing education of Community Health Workers.
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Texas Public Health Training Center
The Texas Public Health Training Center (TPHTC) is a training resource for current and future public health workers in the State of Texas.
The Center is a partnerships between the University of Texas School of Public Health, Texas A&M University School of Rural Public Health, the University of North Texas School of Public Health, as well as local and state health departments in Texas providing competency-based training and education.
TPHTC is one of 33 Public Health Training Centers across the nation that are funded through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) of the United States Department of Health and Human Resources. Recently, TPHTC was awarded a five-year, $3.2 million grant renewal from HRSA to continue and enhance our training and education programs.
Through web-based and in-person training programs, TPHTC provided training to 4,993 public health professionals across the State of Texas in 2009. Though our focus is providing training and education to local and state health departments, our training and education is also available to, and utilized by: non-profit organizations; academic institutions; corporations, as well as other sectors; and graduate students in public health and related fields.